A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

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The text of the work remains that of Wollstonecraft's second edition of 1792, for scholarship has vindicated that choice. The annotations have been greatly expanded. Backgrounds documents more fully the early concern for women's education, with impor ...Continua
Wrote 4/21/15
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Senza nulla togliere alla sua importanza storica, e senza voler negare che un libro come questo possa essere stato all’epoca un faro nel buio, debbo dire che nel leggerlo l’ho trovato piuttosto lontano dalla nostra (o dalla mia) sensibilità. Il tema...Continua
Wrote 1/6/12
The mode of education today (students going to school during the day and returning home after school) owes a great deal to this work of Wollstonecraft's. In her words this is a combination of private and public schooling for both girls and boys. It i...Continua
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[This book] was published in 1792 and was received with a mixture of outrage and enthusiasm. In an age of ferment, following the American and French Revolutions, [the author] took prevailing egalitarian principles and dared to apply them to women......Continua

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