Woman in the Nineteenth Century (Dover Thrift Editions) Paperback – 1 Sep 1999
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Margaret Fuller Liberates Women and Men through the Sacred Marriage
24 November 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
4 people found this helpful.
In 1844, Margaret Fuller expanded her article, "The Great Lawsuit….," published in the Transcendentalist Dial magazine into this national and international 1845 bestseller, "Woman in the Nineteenth Century," as she made her transition from Boston and New England to become the first woman social and literary critic for Horace Greeley's New York Tribune in Manhattan. Margaret liberates men as well as women from their stereotypical roles in this first American feminist tract which inspired the 1848 Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention. Elizabeth Cady Stanton had attended several of Margaret's "Conversations for Women" in Boston which allowed women to reflect and speak about what was on their minds. Margaret lived the sacred marriage, her own struggle and integration of her feminine and masculine aspects as fluid, and emphasizes this pivotal understanding in this seminal writing about fulfilling one's life living the sacred marriage. Her passionate social justice and equality for women, Native Americans, immigrants, and African Americans is evident throughout as she uses her classical education as the first-born male initiated by her Harvard College-educated lawyer father. Captivating and riveting, Margaret breaks the chains of our bondage to limitation and opens the way to our human, creative, and spiritual freedom. A must-read for all those seeking justice and fulfillment in their lives and in the world. Rev. Michael Barnett, M. DIv., M. Ed.
Outstanding human being
2 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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Fuller was an outstanding human being. Her story should be made in to a movie for a larger audience to appreciate. She demonstrates the capacity of the human brain. The book changed my impression of Emerson as well.
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19 December 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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With many 'on demand' publishers, classic books are being republished by many entities with different catchy covers. This is one of them.If you area scholar, you likely already have it on your shelf with a different cover... 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. The conclusion of the essay is that before a true union can occur, each person must be an individual and self-dependent unit. For women to become such individuals, men need to remove their dominating influence, but women also need to claim themselves as self-dependent and remove themselves from man’s influence. Are you still awake?
John H. Salch
30 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
The print is a little too small.
5 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com