- The Transcendent Life of Margaret Fuller. Reynolds, Larry J. // Cobblestone;Mar2002, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p15
Features Margaret Fuller, an editor, teacher, literary critic, journalist and one of the most influential American women of the nineteenth century.
- Margaret Fuller: Her Journey from Literary Critic to Historian. Needham, Donna D. // South Carolina Review;Fall2011, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p117
Presents an essay discussing the career of the 19th-century American literary critic and author Margaret Fuller, discussing the transition in her life from critic to historian. Details are given outlining her early literary work beginning as a Transcendentalist editor. Accounts are then provided...
- Margaret Fuller: (1810-1850). // At Home on This Earth: Two Centuries of U.S. Women's Nature Writ;2002, p20
When she was thirty-three years old, Margaret Fuller was offered an opportunity to travel with a couple of friends from her home in Boston to what was then considered the far western frontier of America. They made a roughly circular tour of the Great Lakes, by train, steamboat, carriage, and on...
- A LIFE OF ANGELS. Margaret Fuller's World. Flood, Lynne // Ladder;Jun/Jul72, Vol. 16 Issue 9/10, p28
This article focuses on the life and works of author Margaret Fuller (1810-1850). The article discusses Fuller's career background, relationships with other prominent figures, achievements in life. Her works include 'Women in the Nineteenth Century,' 'At Home and Abroad,' 'Life Within and Life...
- Margaret Fuller, the American Minerva. Tuttleton, James W. // New Criterion;Feb95, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p24
Comments on the literary works of Margaret Fuller. Views on equality of work opportunity; Personal background; Fuller's influence on the causes she espoused; Position on political revolution and social reorganization; Relationship with Giovanni Angelo Ossoli.
- MARGARET FULLER. Timko, Michael // World & I;Nov2002, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p290
Profiles U.S. feminist pioneer Margaret Fuller. Contributions to the feminist movement; Career background; Information on books written by Fuller.
- The Movement Takes Root The 19th Century: November 6, 1839. Buchanan, Paul D. // American Women's Rights Movement: A Chronology of Events & of Op;2009, p35
A chapter from the book "The American Women's Rights Movement: A Chronology of Events and Opportunities From 1600 to 2008" is presented. It features Sarah Margaret Fuller, a writer, editor, philosopher, and transcendentalist. Fuller was born on May 23, 1810 to Timothy and Margaret Fuller of...
- Margaret Fuller in Europe 1846-1850. Follet, Joyce Clark // History Today;Aug79, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p506
Recounts experiences of revolutionary Margaret Fuller during her travel to Europe from 1846 through 1850. Political conditions in the continent; Reason for her entry into politics; Details on the fall of Rome on June 23, 1849.
- A New Image of Margaret Fuller. Hudspeth, Robert N. // Thoreau Society Bulletin;Winter2011, Issue 273, p4
The article provides information on the marble bust of Margaret Fuller, created by sculptor Joseph Mozier when she visited him in Florence, Italy in 1847.