Fuller, Margaret: Principal Works
MARGARET FULLER: PRINCIPAL WORKS
Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 (travel essays) 1844
Woman in the Nineteenth Century (essays) 1845
Papers on Literature and Art (criticism) 1846
Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli 2 vols. (memoirs) 1852
Woman in the Nineteenth Century and Kindred Papers Relating to the Sphere, Conditions, and Duties of Woman (essays) 1855
At Home and Abroad; or; Things and Thoughts in America and Europe (essays and letters) 1856
Life Without and Life Within (essays, criticism, and poetry) 1860
The Writings of Margaret Fuller (essays, criticism, letters, poetry, and memoirs) 1941
The Letters of Margaret Fuller 6 vols. (letters) 1983-94
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