Fuller[1] - Roxanna Brooks Feng Li Huyen Nguyen Anthony...

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Roxanna Brooks, Feng Li Huyen Nguyen, Anthony Nguyen Margaret Fuller 1810-1850 Born May 23, 1810 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. One of eight children to Timothy Fuller, an educated lawyer and politician. Home schooled by her father. Languages learned: Latin, Greek, Italian, French, and German. Favorite authors: Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Molière. Close friends with Ralph Waldo Emerson. Secretly married Marquis Giovanni Angelo Ossoli, 7 years her junior, in Italy. She died at the age of 40 in a shipwreck along with her husband and child off the cost of Fire Island, New York, on July 19, 1850. Women’s Rights Movement Margaret Fuller, one of the earliest female reporters, wrote 'Woman in the Nineteenth Century' in 1845. She argued that individuals had unlimited capacities and that when people's roles were defined according to their sex, human development was severely limited. The Great Lawsuit " and Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845), which argues for the independence of women and the necessity of changing the unequal gender
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