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Margaret Fuller was one of the leading intellectuals of nineteenth-century America as well as a prominent member of Concord literary circles. As a writer, she is admired as a literary critic and for her sympathies for the plight of the Native Americans. Her writings covered such themes as transcendentalism, women's rights, critical theory, gender roles, and political reform in Europe.

CHRONOLOGY OF FULLER’S LIFE

BOOKS BY MARGARET FULLER

BIOGRAPHIES OF MARGARET FULLER

Megan Marshall, Margaret Fuller: A New American Life (2013)

John Matteson, The Lives of Margaret Fuller (2012)

Meg McGavran Murray, Margaret Fuller: Wandering Pilgrim (2012)

Charles Capper, Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life: The Private Years (1992)
Charles Capper, Margaret Fuller, An American Romantic Life: The Public Years (2007)

Joan von Mehren, Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller (1996)

Bell Gale Chevigny, The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller’s Life and Writings (1976, rev. ed. 1994)