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Tables of Contents for Woman in the Nineteenth Century
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Editor's Preface
ix
 
The Text of Woman in the Nineteenth Century
1
138
Note on the Text
137
2
Backgrounds
139
74
Margaret Fuller
143
47
[Autobiographical Romance]
143
18
[Mariana]
161
7
Leila
168
5
From Letter to Sophia Ripley, August 27, 1839
173
1
From Boston Conversations: The 1839-1840 Series
174
7
[From 1842 Journal]
181
8
From Letter to Ralph Waldo Emerson (October 16, 1842)
189
1
Ralph Waldo Emerson Margaret
190
2
Margaret Fuller
192
15
[From 1844 Journal]
192
12
Letter to Elizabeth Hoar (October 1844)
204
1
Letter to the Women Inmates at Sing Sing (early November[?] 1844)
205
1
From Letter to William H. Channing (November 17, 1844)
206
1
Caroline Sturgis From Letter to Margaret Fuller (March 4, 1845)
207
1
Margaret Fuller From Letter to Caroline Sturgis (March 13, 1845)
208
5
Criticism
213
86
EARLY REVIEWS
213
22
Orestes A. Brownson
Miss Fuller and Reformers
213
3
A. G. M. [Anonymous]
The Condition of Woman
216
4
Lydia Maria Child
Woman in the Nineteenth Century
220
1
Frederic Dan Huntington
[Noble and Stirring Eloquence]
221
2
Edgar A. Poe
The Literati of New York City - No. IV: Sarah Margaret Fuller
223
4
C[harles]. L[ane]
[A Chaste and Honorable Book]
227
4
Anonymous
Stray Leaves from a Seamstress's Journal - No. 5
231
1
George Eliot
Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft
232
3
RECENT ESSAYS
235
64
Margaret Vanderhaar Allen
[A Classic of Feminist Literature]
235
8
David M. Robinson
Margaret Fuller and the Transcendental Ethos: Woman in the Nineteenth Century
243
14
Bell Gale Chevigny
To the Edges of Ideology: Margaret Fuller's Centrifugal Evolution
257
7
Julie Ellison
"A Crowd of Books to Sigh Over": Fuller's Method
264
8
Christina Zwarg
Fuller's Scene before the Women: Woman in the Nineteenth Century
272
6
Jeffrey Steele
Margaret Fuller's Rhetoric of Transformation
278
21
Margaret Fuller: A Chronology
299
2
Selected Bibliography
301