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Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) was the first champion of women's rights in the modern Western world. Wollstonecraft's experience teaching young women in London led her to write her first book, in which she argued for equal education for girls and boys. The moderate success of her autobiographical novel Mary, A Fiction convinced her to start writing full-time. Under the tutelage of her publisher and mentor Joseph Johnson, she joined a circle of liberal intellectuals which included poet and artist William Blake, chemist ...

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    • Title: Mary Wollstonecraft by Miriam Brody
    • Publisher: Oxford University Press Academic US
    • Print ISBN: 9780195119688, 0195119681
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    • Edition: 2001
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