By Lee A. Zito
I was fascinated upon reading about Margaret Fuller's biography. Her writing was even more fascinating. The fact that she was such a prodigy child in the early 1800's if remarkable, because society was not primarily concerned with the education of women. Yet, her father felt the need to bring her up as an intellectual woman. Fuller, however, does not describe her education as something she enjoyed so much.
As I read Fuller's thoughts on her education, more and more it became clear to me for her adult choicces. As a child Fuller was always working and studying. She fel…
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