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Woman in the Nineteenth Century

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Margaret Fuller Ossoli was a journalist, foreign correspondent, essayist and women's right activist. In this influential book, published in 1845, she addresses a range of issues: prostitution, slavery, marriage and employment reform. A feminist literature classic, it argues for the independence of women and the necessity of changing the unequal gender relationships of nineteenth-century society


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