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People/Characters: Margaret Fuller

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"These Sad But Glorious Days": Dispatches From Europe, 1846-1850 by Margaret Fuller
The Age of Jackson by Arthur Meier Schlesinger Jr.
Ahab's Wife by Sena Jeter Naslundof Boston
American Bloomsbury by Susan Cheever
American Transcendentalism: A History by Philip F. Gura
Archaic Figure by Amy Clampitt
Casanova was a book lover and other naked truths and provocative curiosities about the writing, selling, and reading of books by John Maxwell Hamilton
Cobblestone: Literary Ladies of the 19th Century 2002 March by Meg Chorlian
Daughter of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary of a Nineteenth-century Woman, Caroline Healey Dall by Caroline Healey Dall
The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition by E. Christian Kopff
Domesticity with a Difference: The Nonfiction of Catharine Beecher, Sarah J. Hale, Fanny Fern and Margaret Fuller by Nicole Tonkovich
Emerson among the Eccentrics: A Group Portrait by Carlos Baker
The Flowering of New England by Van Wyck Brooks
Hawthorne: A Life by Brenda Wineapple
In quest of love; the life and death of Margaret Fuller by Faith Chipperfield
John Hay: from poetry to politics by Tyler Dennett
A Journey into the Transcendentalists' New England (ArtPlace series) by R. Todd Felton
The Law By Which I am Filling My Circle: Transcendence, Transcendentalism and Margaret Fuller by Suzanne Rubinstein
The Life of Margaret Fuller: A Revised, Second Edition (Contributions in Women's Studies) by Madeleine B. Stern
Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women by Harriet Reisen
Margaret Fuller by Arthur W. Brown
Margaret Fuller American Romantic by P. Miller
Margaret Fuller and Goethe : the development of a remarkable personality, her religion and philosophy, and her relation
Margaret Fuller, a biography by Margaret Bell
Margaret Fuller, bluestocking, romantic, revolutionary by Ellen Janet Cameron Wilson
Margaret Fuller, Wandering Pilgrim by Meg McGavran Murray
Margaret Fuller, whetstone of genius by Mason Wade
Margaret Fuller: A Brief Biography with Documents by Eve Kornfeld
Margaret Fuller: A Life of Passion and Defiance by Carolyn Balducci
Margaret Fuller: A New American Life by Megan Marshall
Margaret Fuller: A Psychological Biography by Katharine Susan Anthony
Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, Vol. 1: The Private Years by Charles Capper
Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, Vol. 2: The Public Years by Charles Capper
Margaret Fuller: From Transcendentalism to Revolution by Paula Blanchard
The Margaret ghost : a transcendentalist love story. by Carole Braverman
Men, Women, and Margaret Fuller by Laurie James
Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller by Joan Von Mehren
A Necessary Evil: A History of American Distrust of Government by Garry Wills
A New England childhood by Margaret Fuller
A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn
Poe: A Life Cut Short by Peter Ackroyd
The Roman years of Margaret Fuller; a biography by Joseph Jay Deiss
Treasure of the Sun by Christina Dodd
Why Margaret Fuller Ossoli Is Forgotten by Laurie James
The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller's Life and Writings by Bell Gale Chevigny
Women of the World: The Great Foreign Correspondents by Julia Edwards

Character description

Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) was the USA's first true feminist writer. She was a teacher and a member of the Transcendentalist and Boston literary circles. She served as literary and cultural critic for The New York Tribune and was committed to social causes such as prison reform, abolitionism, women's suffrage, and educational and political equality for women and minorities. She died in a shipwreck off Fire Island, NY.

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