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The Life of Margaret Fuller

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This acclaimed biography of Margaret Fuller, first published nearly five decades ago, is now available in a new, expanded edition. Based on Fuller's detailed journals and other writings, it records the life and experiences of a literary critic, radical educator, and outspoken feminist who was deeply involved in the political, spiritual, and cultural ferment that ...more
Hardcover, Second Edition, 432 pages
Published January 30th 1991 by Praeger
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Martha Davidson
Enjoyed re-reading the 1991 edition of the Madeleine B. Stern biography, The Life of Margaret Fuller, which was originally published in 1942. The biography shares a great deal of information about Fuller's life, and it abounds in detail about the milieu, evoking a rich sense of Fuller's time and place. The book is especially strong with Fuller's New England childhood, but also presents a view of Fuller's life in New York and Europe. Although her study is researched thoroughly, Stern's approach ...more
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Although she traveled widely, Madeleine B. Stern remained a dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker. She was a graduate of Barnard College, a member of Phi Beta Kappa and had a Master's Degree from Columbia University.

She began to write at the age of eight when the children on her block wanted to act out an original play. After that came many articles, stories and poems during her high school and college yea
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