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Margaret Fuller

a.k.a. Sarah Margaret (nee) Fuller Ossoli

Author Code: ASMF

Born: May 23, 1810 - Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Jul. 19, 1850 - At Sea off Fire Island, New York, USA

Educated primarily at home by her father, Fuller subsequently became a teacher. In 1840, she was invited to become the first editor of The Dial, the short-lived transcendentalist journal. During the four years until its demise, Fuller gained a reputation in the area of reviews. In 1844, she joined the New York Tribune, later becoming its editor. In 1845, she published Woman in the Nineteenth Century, which was very popular, especially in women's rights circles. In 1846, she was sent by the paper to England and Italy as a foreign correspondent. In Italy, she met Count Giovanni Ossoli whom, it has been assumed, she married. The couple had a son, Angelino, in 1848. On returning to America in 1850, the couple and their son were tragically drowned at sea when their ship hit a sandbar off the coast of Fire Island, New York. A biography of Fuller, produced by her close friends Emerson, Channing and Clarke under the auspices of her employer, Horace Greeley, became a best-seller for over ten years. In 1995, Fuller was inducted into the National Woman's Hall of Fame. Her other works include Summer on the Lakes in 1843 (1844), Papers on Literature and Art (1846) and At Home and Abroad (1856 Posthumous).

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ASMF002 At Home and Abroad 1856 Posthumous 242 1173k eBook Download PDF - 'At Home and Abroad' (ASMF002) Find a printed copy of At Home and Abroad by Margaret Fuller at AbeBooks
ASMF001 Summer on the Lakes in 1843 [Illustrated] 1844 106 1622k eBook Download PDF - 'Summer on the Lakes in 1843 [Illustrated]' (ASMF001) Find a printed copy of Summer on the Lakes in 1843 [Illustrated] by Margaret Fuller at AbeBooks
ASMF003 Woman in the Nineteenth Century 1845 92 526k eBook Download PDF - 'Woman in the Nineteenth Century' (ASMF003) Find a printed copy of Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller at AbeBooks

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