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9781542552257 - Margaret Fuller: Woman in the Nineteenth Century
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Margaret Fuller (?):

Woman in the Nineteenth Century (?)

ISBN: 9781542552257 (?) or 1542552257, in english, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, New

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Woman in the Nineteenth Centuryand kindred papers relating to the sphere, condition and duties, of womanMargaret FullerEdited by her brother, Arthur B. Fuller. With an introduction by Horace Greeley. Woman in the Nineteenth Century is a book by American journalist, editor, and women's rights advocate Margaret Fuller. Originally published in July 1843 in The Dial magazine as "The Great Lawsuit. Man versus Men. Woman versus Women", it was later expanded and republished in book form in 1845.The basis for Fuller's essay is the idea that man will rightfully inherit the earth when he becomes an elevated being, understanding of divine love. There have been periods in time when the world was more awake to this love, but people are sleeping now; however, everyone has the power to become enlightened. Man cannot now find perfection because he is still burdened with selfish desires, but Fuller is optimistic and says that we are on the verge of a new awakening. She claims that in the past man, like Orpheus for Eurydice, has always called out for woman, but soon will come the time when women will call for men, when they will be equals and share a mortgage. The problem of Woman s position, or sphere, of her duties, responsibilities, rights and immunities as Woman, fitly attracts a large and still-increasing measure of attention from the thinkers and agitators of our time, The legislators, so called, those who ultimately enact into statutes what the really governing class (to wit, the thinkers) have originated, matured and gradually commended to the popular comprehension and acceptance, are not as yet much occupied with this problem, only fitfully worried and more or less consciously puzzled by it. More commonly they merely echo the mob s shallow retort to the petition of any strong-minded daughter or sister, who demands that she be allowed a voice in disposing of the money wrenched from her hard earnings by inexorable taxation, or in shaping the laws by which she is rul.
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9781542552257 - Margaret Fuller: Woman in the Nineteenth Century: and kindred papers relating to the sphere, condition and duties, of woman
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Margaret Fuller (?):

Woman in the Nineteenth Century: and kindred papers relating to the sphere, condition and duties, of woman (?)

ISBN: 9781542552257 (?) or 1542552257, in english, CreateSpace Publishing, Paperback, New

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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-5425-5225-7, 978-1-5425-5225-7
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