Margaret Fuller’s Influence

July 24, 2011 § Leave a comment

We at Arthur really love it when we can read about some of our favorite writers, including Elizabeth Barrett Browning.  Her poetry is marvelous, and she was recognized by Tennyson, Wordsworth and even the misogynist Nathanial Hawthorne.  In this article, the author discusses the connection between Barrett Browning, Ralph Ellison and Margaret Fuller, the editor of the first great American literary journal, The Dial, and the author of important works like Women in the Nineteenth Century.

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