Anne Plumptre (1760-1818)

Anne Plumptre (1760–1818) was an English writer and translator. Her sister Annabella Plumtree wrote about food.

Anne was born in Norwich. She and her sister, Annabella [Bell] Plumptre (1769–1838), daughters of Robert Plumptre, became active in the Enfield circle, a local group of literati. Later she became involved in politics during the period of the French Revolution. She published her own fiction, travel writing and political enquiry, as well as many translations of letters, travel writing, drama, and other genres.

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