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A Different Face: The Life of Mary Wollstonecraft

A Different Face The Life of Mary Wollstonecraft AcknowledgmentsAuthor s NoteWorks by Mary WollstonecraftThe Original DeficitThe Bitter Bread of DependenceThe First of a New GenusLeaning on a SpearHome to Depart No MoreBibliographical ReferencesNot

  • Title: A Different Face: The Life of Mary Wollstonecraft
  • Author: Emily W. Sunstein
  • ISBN: 9780060142018
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Hardcover
  • AcknowledgmentsAuthor s NoteWorks by Mary WollstonecraftThe Original DeficitThe Bitter Bread of DependenceThe First of a New GenusLeaning on a SpearHome, to Depart No MoreBibliographical ReferencesNotes to ChaptersIndex

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    1 thought on “A Different Face: The Life of Mary Wollstonecraft

    1. Although not especially well written (thus the three stars), I found this biography of Wollstonecraft especially evocative on a personal level. I've read many, many biographies, seeking knowledge of various persons and their times, perhaps some background to their writings. Usually they're appropriated at a distance, evoking emotional response, if at all, like a movie does. Usually, however, it's primarily an intellectual endeavor to read such things--more bricks for the cognitive structure. Thi [...]

    2. Feminist history of mary wollstonecraft, good for me as i am doing a film on shelley and mary shelley, so the background is essential. then to find this feminist history and how amazing is mary shelley, author of frankenstein, 's mom. a radical writer and liver. presumably sunstein has a book on mary shelley herself and i will get that as well. coincidently in rome of 6 degrees of separation—i meet an old friend lauren sunstein, who lives nearby the american academy and whose mother wrote thes [...]

    3. "[] it appears to me impossible that I shall cease to exist, or that this active, restless spirit, equally alive to joy and sorrow, should only be organized dust. Surely something resides in this heart that is not perishable—and life is more than a dream." --Mary Wollstonecraft

    4. Fascinating woman.Dry book.Way too much unnecessary information. I’ll be seeking out a better biography of her.

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