THE WRITINGS OF MARGARET FULLER by Mason Wade

THE WRITINGS OF MARGARET FULLER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This book is designed to rescue Margaret Fuller from obscurity as a writer, and to bring the best of her work into focus, through careful selection. She is revealed as no forgotten genius, but as a better than competent literary journalist whose work reveals expanding horizons, and mirrors the times. The anthology includes Summer on the Lake, Woman in the 19th Century, Things and Thoughts in Europe, and selections from her letters. Each section has a preface.

Pub Date: April 21st, 1941
Publisher: Viking