Monthly Archives: March 2011

Today’s tweet 8/3/11

“On the 12th Sept she went for a walk. She went to the House of Lords and demanded admission.” This is from the case notes of Mary Warren, a 66-year old former servant, who was admitted to Hanwell lunatic asylum … Continue reading

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Today’s tweet 10/3/11

“One has to just – I don’t know myself – I don’t know at all – oh goodness gracious, what is it all?” This was spoken by a woman called Auguste D during an interview with a doctor at the … Continue reading

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Today’s tweet 8/3/11

“Why, I’ve been sitting here for five years, and I shall sit on here to the end. I’m just waiting you see. We’re all just waiting.” From an article called ‘In the Day-Room of a London Workhouse’ by Edith Sellers, … Continue reading

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