|←Author Index: Fu||Sarah Margaret Fuller
|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.|
- Conversations with Goethe in the last years of his life; by Eckermann, Johann Peter; tr. 1839 external scan
- Summer on the Lakes (1844) external scan
- Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845)
- Papers on Literature and Art (1846) external scan
- Love-letters of Margaret Fuller, 1845-1846. Published 1903 external scan
- Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, 1852 vol 1, vol 2, vol 3
- At home and abroad; or, Things and thoughts in America and Europe. 1856 external scan
- Life without and life within; 1860 external scan
- Art, Literature, and the Drama, 1860 external scan
- Correspondence of Fräulein Günderode and Bettine von Arnim, tr; 1861 external scan
- A New England childhood , 1916 external scan
- "The Great Lawsuit", The Dial, July 1843
- "A Short Essay on Critics" in The Female Prose Writers of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and Specimens of their Writings edited, with biographical sketches, by John S. Hart (1852)
Works about Fuller
- Sarah Margaret Fuller, by Edgar Allan Poe in August 1846 from the series The Literati of New York
- A Fable for Critics (1848) by James Russell Lowell
- In: The living authors of America. by Thomas Powell, 1850 external scan
- “S. Margaret Fuller” in The Female Prose Writers of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and Specimens of their Writings by John S. Hart (1852)
- In: Memorable women, the story of their lives by Camilla Dufour Crosland, 1856 external scan
- In: Eminent women of the age by James Parton, 1868 external scan
- Margaret Fuller (Marchesa Ossoli) by Julia Ward Howe, 1883 external scan
- Margaret Fuller Ossoli by Thomas Wentworth Higginson, 1884 external scan
- In: Lives of girls who became famous by Sarah Knowles Bolton, 1841-1916. Published 1886 external scan
- Margaret and her friends; or, Ten conversations with Margaret Fuller upon the mythology of the Greeks and its expression in art, by Caroline Wells Healey Dall, 1822-1912; Published 1895 external scan
- The influence of Goethe upon Margaret Fuller by Frederick Augustus Braun, 1909 external scan
- Margaret Fuller and Goethe, by Frederick Augustus Braun, 1910 external scan
- Margaret Fuller by Bingham, Jennie Maria, 1859- (short work) external scan
- “Ossoli, Margaret Fuller” in The American Cyclopædia, 1879.
- “Ossoli, Sarah Margaret Fuller, Marchioness” in Encyclopædia Britannica (9th ed.), 1881.
- “Fuller, Timothy,” in Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography, New York: D. Appleton and Co. (1892) This article, nominally about her father, is mostly about her.
- “Fuller, Sarah Margaret,” The New International Encyclopædia. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1906.
- “Fuller, Margaret” in The Nuttall Encyclopædia by James Wood, London: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., 1907.
- “Fuller, Sarah Margaret,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- “Fuller, Margaret,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- “Fuller, Sarah Margaret,” in The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co. (1914)
- “Margaret Fuller” by Harold Clarke Goddard in The Cambridge History of American Literature, Book II, Chapter VIII, Section 12 (1917-1921)
- “Fuller, Sarah Margaret,” in The Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana Corporation (1920)
- “Ossoli, Marchioness d', Sarah Margaret Fuller,” in Collier's New Encyclopedia, New York: P. F. Collier & Son Co.
- “Fuller, Sarah Margaret, Marchioness of Ossoli” by Joseph McCabe in A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Freethinkers, 1945.