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By Lee A Zito I was fascinated upon reading about Margaret Fullers biography Her writing was even more fascinating The fact that she was such a prodigy child in the early 1800s if remarkable because society was not primarily concerned with the education of women Yet her father felt the need to bring her up as an intellectual woman Fuller however does not describe her education as something she enjoyed so much As I read Fullers thoughts on her education more and more it became clear to me for her adult choicces As a child Fuller was always working and studying She felt completely and intellectually exhausted at night She also suffered from frequent head aches weakness nightmares and illusions As Fuller states her nerves were unaturally stimulated This could have been the result of her fathers persistant attitude to her education She mentions that her father had absolutely no patience and was very demanding When it came to her education Im sure there was no exception One occurrence that struck me was when Fuller was describing her emotions while reading She first described her interest and joy but then she finds herself crying The idea she presents is that she as an adult realizes that experience as a child was her desire to live the adventure within the stories she was reading It was emotionally stirring to think that she held on to her childhood desires amidst her fathers intellectually force education When you place Fullers childhood next to her adulthood it is no wonder she found herself involved in so much fast paced adventure As a woman she traveled overseas to Europe where she wrote for the American magazing The Dial There she met up with George Sands who opened her up to sexual freedom and the power of embracing her individuality Her steamy affair with the Italy nobleman was her living out those stories she had only read about as a
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