Author:Margaret Fuller

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Sarah Margaret Fuller
(1810–1850)
Born Sarah Margaret Fuller in Cambridge, Massachusetts, she was the most important gender theorist of her time. Her father, Timothy Fuller, a lawyer and prominent politician, gave her a vigorous classical education which shaped the bend of her mind but--according to Fuller's own testimony--also sensitized her to the personal expense of her society's masculinized values.
Sarah Margaret Fuller

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