Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller (Google eBook)

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Univ of Massachusetts Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 418 pages
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Biography of feminist journalist, Margaret Fuller.
  

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Contents

Margaret Fuller Should She Be Famous?
1
The Protected Years
6
A Varied Education
24
An Unfavorable Turn
38
Vain World Begone
54
A Trial to Fortitude
72
Schoolkeeping in Providence
90
Episodes in the Crusade
104
James Nathan
207
New York 18451846
215
England and Scotland
230
France
241
Italy at Last
252
Return to Rome
264
1848 On Her Own
276
The Roman Republic
289

The Dial Discontent and Freedom
120
A Sojourner on Earth
137
Marriage Studies
152
The Great Lawsuit
162
Summer on the Lakes
172
Woman in the Nineteenth Century
189
Mary and Horace Greeley
200
Siege and Escape
303
Florence
318
Return
333
Aftermath and Debate
340
NOTES
353
INDEX
387
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