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Margaret Fuller, Critic: Writings from the New-York Tribune, 1844-1846

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"Margaret Fuller, Critic" provides a representative selection from the rich vein of her writings for the "New-York Tribune, " where she was the paper's first literary editor. From reviews of the writings of Edgar Allen Poe to reflections on such contemporary French novelists as Balzac and George Sand, from investigations into the relationship between race and voting to arguments for on an asylum for discharged female convicts, the scope of Fuller's critical vision is here made manifest. Hide synopsis

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