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Margaret Fuller by Howe, Julia Ward, Ed. (1883).djvu

Title Margaret Fuller
Author Julia Ward Howe
Editor John H. Ingram
Year 1883
Publisher W. H. Allen
Source djvu
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CONTENTS.

  1. CHAPTER I.
  2. Childhood and Early Youth.—School Days
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    page 1
  3. CHAPTER II.
  4. Life in Cambridge.—Friendship of Dr. Hedge.—James Freeman Clarke
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    page 15
  5. CHAPTER III.
  6. Religious Beliefs.—Margaret's early Critics.—First Acquaintance with Mr. Emerson
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    page 25
  7. CHAPTER IV.
  8. Art Studies.—Removal to Groton.—Meeting with Harriot Martineau.—Death of Mr. Fuller.—Devotion to her Family
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    page 35
  9. CHAPTER V.
  10. Winter in Boston.—A Season of severe Labour.—Connection with Greene Street School, Providence, R.I.—Editorship of the Dial.—Margaret's Estimate of Allston’s Pictures
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    page 48
  11. CHAPTER VI.
  12. William Henry Channing's Portrait of Margaret.—Transcendental Days.—Brook Farm.—Margaret's Visits there
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    page 66
  13. CHAPTER VII.
  14. Margaret's Love of Children.—Visit to Concord after the Death of Waldo Emerson.—Conversations in Boston.—Summer on the Lakes
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    page 78
  15. CHAPTER VIII.
  16. Farewell to Boston.—Engagement to write for the New York Tribune.—Margaret in her New Surroundings.—Mr. Greeley's Opinion of Margaret's Work.—Her Estimate of George Sand
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    page 100
  17. CHAPTER IX.
  18. Margaret's Residence at the Greeley Mansion.—Appearance in New York Society.—Visits to Women imprisoned at Sing Sing and on Blackwell's Island.—Letters to her Brothers.—Woman in the Nineteenth Century.—Essay on American Literature.—View of Contemporary Authors
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    page 110
  19. CHAPTER X.
  20. Ocean Voyage.—Arrival at Liverpool.—The Lake Country.—Wordsworth.—Miss Martineau.—Edinburgh.—De Quincey.—Mary Queen of Scots.—Night on Ben Lomond.—James Martineau.—William J. Fox.—London.—Joanna Baillie.—Mazzini—Thomas Carlyle.—Margaret's Impressions of him.—His Estimate of her
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    page 133
  21. CHAPTER XI.
  22. Paris.—Margaret's Reception there.—George Sand.—Chopin.—Rachel.—Lamennais.—Béranger.—Chamber of Deputies.—Berryer.—Ball at the Tuileries.—Italian Opera.—Alexandre Vattemaro.—Schools and Reformatories.—Journey to Marseilles.—Genoa.—Leghorn.—Naples.—Rome
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    page 148
  23. CHAPTER XII.
  24. Margaret's First Days in Rome.—Antiquities—Visits to Studios and Galleries—Her Opinions concerning the Old Masters.—Her Sympathy with the People.—Pope Pius.—Celebration of the Birthday of Rome.—Perugia.—Bologna.—Ravenna.—Venice.—A State Ball.—On the Grand Canal.—Milan.—Mansoui.—The Italian Lakes.—Parma.—Second Visit to Florence.—Grand Festival
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    page 160
  25. CHAPTER XIII.
  26. Period of Agitation in Rome.—Margaret's Zeal for Italian Freedom.—Her Return to Rome.—Review of the Civic Guard.—Church Fasts and Feasts.—Pope Pius.—The Rainy Season.—Promise of Representative Government in Rome.—Celebration of this Event.—Mazzini's Letter to the Pope.—Beauty of the Spring.—Italy in Revolution.—Popular Excitements in Rome.—Pope Pius deserts the Cause of Freedom.—Margaret leaves Rome for Aquila
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    page 169
  27. CHAPTER XIV.
  28. Margaret's Marriage.—Character of the Marchese Ossoli.—Margaret's first meeting with him.—Reasons for not divulging the Marriage.—Aquila.—Rieti.—Birth of Angelo Eugene Ossoli.—Margaret's Return to Rome.—Her Anxiety about her Child.—Flight of Pope Pius.—The Constitutional Assembly.—The Roman Republic.—Attitude of France.—The Siege of Rome.—Mazzini.—Princess Belgiojoso.—Margaret's Care of the Hospitals
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    page 181
  29. CHAPTER XV.
  30. Siege of Rome.—Margaret's Care of the Sick and Wounded.—Anxiety about her Husband and Child.—Battle between the French and Italian Troops.—The Surrender.—Garibaldi's Departure.—Margaret joins her Husband at his Post.—Angelo's Illness.—Letters from Friends in America.—Perugia.—Winter in Florence.—Interior of Margaret's Abode.—Aspect of her Future.—Her Courage and Industry.—Ossoli's Affection for her.—William Henry Hurlbut's Reminiscences of them both.—Last Days in Florence.—Farewell Visit to the Duomo:—Margaret's Evenings at Home.—Horace Sumner.—Margaret as a Friend of the People
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    page 191
  31. CHAPTER XVI.
  32. Margaret turns her Face homeward.—Last Letter to her Mother.—The Barque "Elizabeth."—Presages and Omens.—Death of the Captain.—Angelo's Illness.—The Wreck.—The Long Struggle.—The End
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    page 207
  33. CHAPTER XVII
  34. Margaret Fuller's Literary Remains
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    page 219