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Elisabeth Bekker Wolff (1738–1804)

Wolff, Elisabeth Bekker (bek’er). A Dutch novelist; born at Vlissingen, July 24, 1738; died in The Hague, Nov. 5, 1804. Married to Adrian Wolff, a Reformed Church minister at Beemster, who died in 1777, she lived afterwards in closest friendship with Agathe Deken, who also collaborated in her most important works, to wit: ‘History of Sara Burgerhart’ (1782); ‘History of William Leevend’ (1784–85); ‘Letters of Abraham Blankaart’ (1787–89); ‘Cornelia Wildschut’ (1793–96).