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Unformatted text preview: The Great Lawsuit Margaret Fuller Four Types of relationships/equality The Household partnership, intellectual relationship, mutual idolatry, religious relationship Who is George Sand? It is Amandine Dudevant's Pen Name Which of the following sources does Fuller draw on for examples and anecdotes of male/female relations? classical mythology, eighteenth-century literature, her own social circle What is the primary reason Fuller gives for her belief that women need to be better educated? They should be able to fulfill their own intellectual promise. Fuller concludes her essay by claiming that woman must assert her inheritance. The term inheritance, as it is used here, could best be defined as the ability to enter into the relation of wife and mother while still being viewed as both pure and powerful. According to Fuller, what female writers existence better proved the need for some new interpretation of womens rights than anything she wrote? Mary Wollstonecraft Fuller most admires marriages in which husband and wife share intellectual companionship. From The incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl http://www.cliffsnotes.com/WileyCDA/LitNote/Incidents-in-the-Life-of-a-Slave-Girl-About-the-Novel- Introduction.id-31,pageNum-3.htmlIntroduction....
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