The Writings of Margaret Fuller: Selected and Edited by Mason Wade

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Contents ix
  • Chronological Table xi
  • Part I - Summer on the Lakes 1
  • Prefatory Note 3
  • Chapter I 6
  • Chapter II 14
  • Chapter II 33
  • Chapter II 50
  • Chapter II 55
  • Chapter II 72
  • Chapter VII - Sault Ste Marie--St. Joseph's Island--The Land of Music--Rapids-- Homeward--General Hull--The Book to the Reader 93
  • Part II - Woman in the Nineteenth Century 105
  • Prefatory Note 107
  • Woman in the Nineteenth Century 109
  • Part III - Criticism 219
  • Prefatory Note 221
  • I - A Short Essay on Critics 223
  • 2 - Three Classes of Literature 230
  • 3 - Translator's Preface to Eckermann's Conversations with Goethe 232
  • 4 - Goethe 242
  • 5 - The Two Herberts 273
  • 6 - Carlyle's Cromwell 290
  • 7 - French Novelists of the Day 301
  • 8 - Modern British Poets 312
  • 9 - Italy 347
  • 10 - American Literature 358
  • II - Emerson's Essays 389
  • 12 - Poe's Tales 396
  • 13 - Poe's Poems 398
  • Part IV - Italy and the Roman Revolution 405
  • Prefatory Note 407
  • Letter XIII 409
  • Letter XIV 411
  • Letter XIV 415
  • Letter XIV 417
  • Letter XIV 423
  • Letter XIV 429
  • Letter XIV 438
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  • Letter XIV 472
  • Letter XVII 478
  • Letter XXVII 487
  • Letter XXVIII 492
  • Letter XXIX 499
  • Letter XXIX 504
  • Letter XXXI 512
  • Letter XXXII 522
  • Letter XXXII 530
  • Part V - Letters 541
  • Prefatory Note 543
  • 1. to Timothy Fuller 544
  • 2. to Mrs. Almira Barlow 545
  • 3. to Frederick Henry Hedge 547
  • 4. to Arthur B. Fuller 549
  • 5. to Caroline Sturgis 551
  • 6. to William Henry Channing 555
  • 7. to Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman 556
  • 8. to Ralph Waldo Emerson 558
  • 9. to Richard F. Fuller 560
  • 10. to William Ellery Channing, Jr. 562
  • 11. to Ralph Waldo Emerson 564
  • 12. to William Henry Channing 567
  • 13. to Mrs. Sarah Shaw 569
  • 14. to Elizabeth Palmer Peabody 571
  • 15. to Mrs. Sarah Shaw 573
  • 16. to Eugene Fuller 574
  • 17. to Francis G. Shaw 576
  • 18. to Mrs. Sarah Shaw 578
  • 19. to Ossoli 579
  • 20. to Ossoli 580
  • 22. to Ossoli 583
  • 23. to William Wetmore Story 584
  • 24. to Marcus and Rebecca Spring 587
  • 25. to Richard F. Fuller 591
  • Bibliography of the Published Writings of Margaret Fuller 595
  • Index 601
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