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Fanny Burney: Royal Servant - An interesting article by Hester Davenport on the BBC Legacies site about Fanny Burney's five years as Keeper of the Robes to Queen Charlotte - in many ways an unsuitable assignment for her but one that characteristically she made the most of; leaving on good terms with the Royal family and with a generous pension.
The Burney Centre - The Centre has been dedicated to the publication of complete, definitive scholarly editions of the journals and letters of Frances Burney and the letters and memoirs of her father, the music historian Dr Charles Burney.
The Burney Society - The purpose of the society is to promote the study and appreciation of Burney's works and of the life and times of her and her family.
The Susan Burney Letters Project - Fanny Burney was particularly close to her younger sister, Susan. This project by Nottingham University sets out to make the 330 letters and letter-journals of Susan Burney widely available for the first time. They 'provide a uniquely informed account of English musical culture, a chronicle of some of the period's major political events and valuable insights into the social status and occupations of an educated woman.'
Works by Fanny Burney - A concise bibliography of Fanny Burney's works from The Online Books Page and 'A Celebration of Women Writers.'