Fuller in Her Own Time

Fuller in Her Own Time : A Biographical Chronicle of Her Life, Drawn from Recollections, Interviews, and Memoirs by Family, Friends, and Associates

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Writer, editor, journalist, educator, feminist, conversationalist, and reformer Margaret Fuller (1810OCo1850) was one of the leading intellectuals of nineteenth-century America as well as a prominent member of Concord literary circles. Yet the challenging spirit behind her intellectual confidence and mesmerizing energy led to the invention of an unbalanced legacy that denied her a place among the canonical Concord writers. This collection of first-hand reminiscences by those who knew Fuller personally rescues her from these confusions and provides a clearer identity for this misrepresented personality.
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  • Electronic book text | 257 pages
  • Iowa City, United States
  • English
  • 1587297469
  • 9781587297465

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"A marvelous collection of descriptions, criticisms, adulations, and analyses of Fuller by her American and British contemporaries. Myerson gathers a range of manuscript and published sources to bring back to life the conversation around Fuller as a provocative cultural force. The voices of her friends, family, colleagues, critics, and students--of Emerson, Caroline Dall, Martineau, Greeley, Carlyle, Emelyn Story, and Richard Fuller--are vivid and immerse the reader in the period's language and aspirations. Fuller valued dialogue as a process of discovery; the conversation resurrected here engages readers in the process of understanding one of the major public intellectuals of the nineteenth century."--Brigitte Bailey, University of New Hampshire, president, Margaret Fuller Society
""Fuller in Her Own Time "brings together recollections by family members, friends, and fellow writers about Fuller's life and times. Hard-to-find contemporary accounts provide insights into Fuller's
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