<philosophy of women, sociology, political thought> American journalist and social reformer (1810-1850). In Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845), Fuller advocated political equality and intellectual opportunity for women. She died in a shipwreck off the coast of New York during her return from work as a newspaper correspondent in Italy. The posthumously-published Life Without and Life Within (1869) includes essays on several key intellectual figures of the nineteenth century. Recommended Reading: The Essential Margaret Fuller, ed. by Jeffrey Steele (Rutgers, 1992); The Portable Margaret Fuller, ed. by Mary Kelley (Penguin, 1994); and Bell Gale Chevigny, The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller's Life and Writings (Northeastern, 1994).
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