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@zhukov43  @FernRiddellWe  listened! @FernRiddelltalks  to Dr Nadine Akkerman and Dr Elizabeth Bruton about Aphra Behn and the incredible world of female spies. #NotWhatYouThought 

Newly discovered drama, The Dutch Lady, is found to be a source for Aphra Behn plays

Newly discovered drama, The Dutch Lady, is found to be a source for Aphra Behn plays

Newly discovered drama, The Dutch Lady, is found to be a source for Aphra Behn plays

Newly discovered drama, The Dutch Lady, is found to be a source for Aphra Behn plays

@Ibishblog  @ElizWinklerB  @johnpaulpaganoe  @NeriZilberc  @KyleHickman80a  @TheAtlanticu  @BasuAshisse  he was a man. Aphra Behn was a woman. Jane Austen was a woman. William Shakespeare of Stratford was a man. What strange times we live in when academics (albeit in completely unrelated subjects & having no specialist knowledge) embrace such irrationalism.

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We're excited for this month's Uniqlo#TateLates ! Pop by Tate Modern on 25 January for tai chi in the Turbine Hall, a pop-up nail bar hosted by , ' Aphra Behn talking through her latest publication, PUSH/PUSHBACK, and more!

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Virginia Woolf admired Aphra Behn, a former spy who became England's first successful female writer.

Aphra Behn made a name for herself in Restoration-era England, writing bawdy plays that were wildly popular.

Aphra Behn made a name for herself in Restoration-era England, when most women still relied on their husbands.

The first woman to support herself by writing, Aphra Behn died #onthisday  1689

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Aphra Behn (1640 - 1689) was a prolific dramatist ... perhaps the first Englishwoman to make her living as a writer.

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