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No. Illustrator does not have the same facility which Adobe InDesign has where work in progress is saved periodically to a temp directory.
When you double click on a path in Inkscape, you enter in node editing mode and you can edit the path. You can return to select mode by clicking the arrow in the toolbar on the left (or by hitting the keyboard shortcut, usually F1): In select mode you can resize or rotate your shape. You can change the stroke attributes using the button on the top ...
An alternative to @BurningLemons Adobe Illustrator answer would be to use a set of objects with gradients with one of the color stops set to transparent. Once you have your objects you can mix & match opacity and blending modes to achieve your desired effect. In the above image, note that the individual path (with a gradient fill) has been adjusted. ...
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