Man 'versus' Men, Woman 'versus' Women;  when it was expanded and published independently init was entitled Woman in the Nineteenth Century.
The work reflects her life, for she was very active in politics when women were still expected to devote themselves entirely to their family. Hill and Wang, The impression it left was disagreeable. After completing it, she wrote to a friend: In a letter penned before they boarded, Fuller divulged her fears about this big move, and all the change it brought.
However, after the unexpected death of her father from cholera inFuller found herself in a position of having to look after her family. She had a very strong personality — contemporaries say she had great self-confidence and self-belief in her own capacities.
Margaret was educated at home and also at the Boston Lyceum for Young Ladies As biographer Charles Capper has noted, she "was happy to remain on the Unitarian margins. She was one of the leading figures in the American transcendentalism movement.
Often jilted, she'd lamented that no man nor woman could appreciate both her "woman's heart" and "man's ambition. Neither do I believe in such a character of man as she gives. Bangs, urged Fuller and Ossoli to try to save themselves and their child as he himself jumped overboard,  later claiming he believed Fuller had wanted to be left behind to die.
She met leading literary figures of the day; she also met the Italian revolutionary Giuseppe Mazzini. So popular were the subscriptions to these discussions and so spellbinding a conversationalist was Fuller, that she attracted not only the wives of prominent citizens, but also other sympathetic social reformers.
By New Year's Dayshe suspected that she was pregnant but kept it from Ossoli for several weeks. There, her wit and outspoken nature were largely valued over her marital prospects or looks.
The same was true of his wife, Sophia Hawthornewho had attended some of her "Conversations" in Boston. George Sand had previously been an idol of hers, but Fuller was disappointed when Sand chose not to run for the French National Assembly, saying that women were not ready to vote or to hold political office.
But Fuller's greatest success was yet to come. Fuller worked as a nurse, whilst her husband fought.
Her father was a lawyer and, for eight years, a representative of Congress, enabling him to move in influential political circles.
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