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Anne Lister (1791-1840), a provincial gentlewoman of Shibden Hall, near Halifax in the West Riding of Yorkshire, produced between 1806 and her death a four-million-word diary documenting her daily life, intimate thoughts, ambitions, sexual and emotional adventures with women and her musings on the nature of her sexuality. About a sixth is written in cipher. Lister scholarship so far has focused mainly on the social and cultural implications of her writings. This thesis, however, examines thedoi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000e28e fatcat:4cyyqgz7yraexeadb6glmcaq34