|Statement||By S. Margaret Fuller ...|
|LC Classifications||HQ1154 .O8 1845|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, -201 p. incl. front.|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||28022266|
Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller. Woman in the Nineteenth Century () is considered the first major work of feminism in the United States. It was originally published in shorter form in The Dial magazine, titled The Great versus Men. Woman versus Women in July, The book is subtitled, Kindred Papers Relating to the Sphere, Condition and Duties, of Woman. The Paperback of the Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.5/5(1). In , Margaret Fuller expanded her article, "The Great Lawsuit.," published in the Transcendentalist Dial magazine into this national and international 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/5(12). Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century is one of the first US books that looked at the whole sweep of world history from a woman's point of view. It was based on her article that she'd written for the Dial magazine [which she'd edited along with Emerson]called the "Great Lawsuit".Cited by:
Other articles where Woman in the Nineteenth Century is discussed: Margaret Fuller: remembered for her landmark book Woman in the Nineteenth Century (), which examined the place of . Women in the nineteenth century had it hard. That's what Margaret Fuller's book Woman in the Nineteenth Century is all about. Ladies in the days of yore couldn't vote, they couldn't own property in the way that men could, and they were pretty much confined to being housewives for their entire lives. First published in book form in , Woman in the Nineteenth Century was correctly perceived as the controversial document that it was: receiving acclaim and achieving popular success in some quarters (the first printing sold out within a week), at the same time that it inspired vicious attacks from opponents of the embryonic women's movement. Most of the criticism of Fuller's Woman In The Nineteenth Century is along the lines of Orestes Brownson, who writes of Fuller's book that "all is profoundly obscure, and thrown together in "glorious confusion." Frederick Dan Huntington complains of a want of "method" calling it more "a collection of clever sayings and bright intimations, than a logical treatise.
Read Preface by Arthur B. Fuller of Woman in the Nineteenth Century by Margaret Fuller. The text begins: It has been thought desirable that such papers of Margaret Fuller Ossoli as pertained to the condition, sphere and duties of Woman, should be collected and published together. The present volume contains, not only her "Woman in the Nineteenth Century,"—which has been before published, but. The present volume contains, not only her "Woman in the Nineteenth Century,"—which has been before published, but for some years out of print, and inaccessible to readers who have sought it,—but also several other papers, which have appeared at various times in the Tribune and elsewhere, and yet more which have never till now been published. Woman in the Nineteenth Century and Kindred Papers Relating to the Sphere, Condition and Duties, of Woman. Alternate Title: Woman in the 19th Century Language: English: LoC Class: HQ: Social sciences: The family, Marriage, Sex and Gender: Subject: Feminism Subject: Women -- Social and moral questions Subject: Women's rights Subject: Man-woman Cited by: Woman in the Nineteenth Century Margaret Fuller () New York: Greeley & McElrath, First edition HG O8 From the preface: “A reproduction, modified and expanded, of an article published in “The Dial, Boston, July, ’, under the title of ‘The Great Lawsuit. Man versus Men: and Woman versus Women’.”.