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Margaret fuller's woman in the nineteenth century margaret fuller's book woman in the nineteenth century is written with the flowery, emotional language of the early nineteenth century it is often almost unbearable to read as fuller attempts to use big words and backs up her ideas with the most outlandish citations. Margaret fuller, in full sarah margaret fuller, married name marchesa ossoli, (born which examined the place of women within society fuller was an extremely precocious the same purpose guided her in writing woman in the nineteenth century, a tract on feminism that was both a demand for political equality and an ardent plea for the. Margaret fuller, also known as sarah margaret fuller, was a renowned journalist, pioneer feminist, and women’s rights activist she is associated with the transcendentalist movement and taught at various girls’ schools during her younger years. “let them be presidents,” the nineteenth-century feminist margaret fuller, who wrote “woman in the nineteenth century,” would surely have said today.
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Sarah margaret fuller was born on may 23, 1810 to margarett crane fuller and timothy fuller in cambridgeport (now part of cambridge), massachusetts she was the first of nine children, and until her fifth birthday, the fuller's only surviving child. One of the first feminists to emerge in the united states of america, margaret fuller was a highly influential and sought-after women’s rights activist of the 19th century. Margaret fuller (1810-1850) was an american writer, a women’s rights activist, and was associated with the transcendentalist movement fuller was an influential early feminist whose writings had a profound impact on later women suffrage campaigners, such as susan b anthony. Margaret fuller is best known for feminist writing and literary criticism in 19th century america who was margaret fuller margaret fuller was born may 23, 1810 in cambridgeport, massachusetts.