Mary Wollstonecraft (/ˈwʊlstən.krɑːft/; 27 April 1759 – 10 September 1797)
was an English writer, philosopher, and advocate of women's rights. During her ...
Feminist writer and intellectual Mary Wollstonecraft led an unconventional life. ...
Despite their belief in the tyranny of marriage, the couple eventually wed due to ...
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Mary Wollstonecraft believed that society was wasting its assets because it kept
... she had an optimistic belief in the possibility that society could be improved ...
The author, herself lived an often-troubled personal life, and her early death of childbed fever cut short her evolving ideas. Her second daughter, Mary Wollstonecraft
Godwin Shelley , was Percy Shelley's second wife and author of the book, Frankenstein.
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Mary Wollstonecraft on education. Mary Wollstonecraft has long been
appreciated as a major political thinker – but she also made important
contributions to ...
Mary Wollstonecraft: the argument she makes in A Vindication of the Rights of
Woman. Part of a series of articles on Mary Wollstonecraft's life and writings.
Apr 16, 2008 ... Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797) was a moral and political theorist whose
analysis of the condition of women in modern society retains much ...
Jul 29, 2000 ... Mary Wollstonecraft (April 27, 1759-September 10, 1797), .... Her fundamental
religious beliefs were not borrowed from her Deist friends or ...
Dec 14, 2005 ... Early in her life, Mary Wollstonecraft began making great contributions and
brought forth new and not well-received views on women and ...