Marlies K. Danziger

Full name
Marlies K. Danziger
First name
Marlies
Last name
Danziger
Born February 16, 1926
Died February 26, 2018
Biography

At the time of her death, Danziger was Emeritus Professor of English at Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center. 

Boswellian impact

Danziger was a long time member of the editorial staff of the Boswell Editions at Yale, being co-editor (with Frank Brady) of Boswell: The Great Biographer, the last volume of Boswell's journals to be published in the trade editions in 1989, and main editor of the research edition of the Journal of His German and Swiss Travels in 2008.

Anne Catherine Green - Wife of Thomas David Boswell

Name
Anne Catherine Green
First name
Anne Catherine
Last name
Green
Born 1757
Date of birth (prefix)
ca.

Died 1835
Date of death (prefix)
possibly
Gender
1
Biography

Green was the daughter of a Capt. Green, who was killed at the Battle of Minden in 1759. Her brother was Charles Green (1749-1831), who rose to become a General, a Baronet and Governor of Suriname.

In 1783 she married Thomas David Boswell, with whom she had four children, two of whom, Maria (1788-1811) and Thomas Alexander, survived infancy. She appears to have separated from her husband in 1799 and details of her life after this time are sketchy.1

  • 1. Main source for this bio is John Stone's article Being Boswell's Brother by John Stone, printed in The Age of Johnson 23 (2015): 205-238.

The Papers of Dr. Cullen are now online

Submitted by thf1977 on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 15:40

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, in cooperation with the University of Glasgow, has made the entire collection of the consultation letters of renowned 18th century Edinburgh physician Dr William Cullen available online. One such letter was written by Boswell requesting medical advice for his friend Dr Johnson shortly before Johnson's death in 1784.

New site layout - and a Facebook page

Submitted by thf1977 on Sun, 06/01/2014 - 17:35

We have made an effort to get up-to-date with general technological development recently. This has now culminated with a new site design which is "responsive", meaning that it adjusts itself more beautifully to any screen size including mobile units. We have also created a Facebook page, which you can "Like" to keep in touch with new developments on jamesboswell.info.