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Who is Linda Kelly?
Linda Kelly is an English historian whose expertise is in late 18th and early 19th century romanticism. Her books include The Marvellous Boy: the Life and Myth of Thomas Chatterton; The Young Romantics: Paris 1827-1837; The Kemble Era: John Philip Kemble, Sarah Siddons and the London Stage; Women of the French Revolution; Juniper Hall: An English Refuge from the French Revolution; Richard Brinsley Sheridan; Susanna, the Captain and the Castrato: Scenes from the Burney Salon, 1779-80; Ireland's Minstrel: A Life of Tom Moore: Poet, Patriot and Byron's Friend and Holland House: a History of London's Most Celebrated Salon.
- born in (79 years ago)
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Historian, writer
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by George Keith Pitman, Osvaldo NÃ©stor Feinstein, Gregory K. Ingram
Linda Kelly is an independent consultant with experience in social research and evaluation both for community and government organizations in Australia and internationally, approaches, they need appropriate conceptualization, and they ...
by David Levinson
Bruce Stout, Harry Dammer, Linda Kelly, et al. (1992). Final Report: Feasibility Study of the Impact of Religious Involvement on Prisoners. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University.
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