Ahead of her time : a sampler of the life and thought of Mary Wollstonecraft / selected and arranged by Ella Mazel
- "Being excerpts from her letters and writings on women's rights; the rights of man; the French Revolution; education; moral values; the slavery of marriage; social justice; wealth and poverty; the evils of power and property; the venality of politicians; and her own account of her struggle for independence; her unconventional life; her ill-fated liaison with Gilbert Imlay; and her finding happiness at last with William Godwin before her early death following the birth of her daughter Mary, the future author of Frankenstein."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 114-117).
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