Chawton House Library


If you ever visit England, a tour of Chawton House Library would be a great idea. It houses the writings of women authors from 1600-1830. As a writer, I found this a fascinating site.


Welcome to Chawton House Library, a registered charity based within the South Downs National Park in Hampshire, UK.  Concentrating on education and heritage, the charity holds a unique collection of early women’s writing  circa 1600 – 1830.  We offer readers the chance to research and engage with a wealth of texts in the inspiring setting of Chawton House, where the historic location and rural tranquillity contextualise and complement the material.  As well as promoting study and research on women’s writing, the charity’s educational remit includes protecting and conserving the Elizabethan house and grounds, and maintaining a rural English working manor farm of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, managed using traditional, organic farming methods.   Chawton House Library believes in the power of education; that we all have the ability to learn from the past to enrich the future. Click here to learn more.



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