Hands, Elizabeth (fl. 1789)

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Hands, Elizabeth (fl. 1789)

British poet. Name variations: (pseudonyms) E.H.; Daphne. Flourished c. 1789 in Coventry, England; m. a blacksmith, c. 1785.

Worked as domestic servant; wrote poetry protesting perceptions of rural workers, which was published as The Death of Annon. A Poem. With and Appendix: containing Pastorals, and other Poetical Pieces (1789).

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