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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman and A Vindication of the Rights of Men

This book is about Mary Wollstonecraft
In "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman and A Vindication of the Rights of Men," delve into the fervent and influential political writings of Mary Wollstonecraft, a pioneering advocate for gender equality, economic justice, and voting rights. This compelling collection, published by Oxford World's Classics on February 15, 2009, encapsulates the tumultuous era of the 1790s French Revolution through Wollstonecraft's eyes, tracing her evolution from initial enthusiasm to critical disenchanted observer. Experience her deepening insight into the integral role of women in the political sphere and her nuanced understanding of the interplay between politics, economics, and individual rights. Ideal for college students, this volume not only presents Wollstonecraft's major works in their historical sequence but also highlights her growth as a political thinker beyond what is revealed in her individual writings alone. Engage with her enduring thoughts and struggles in a narrative that encourages critical reflection on the persistent challenges in achieving equitable participation across society.
Published by Oxford University Press on February 15, 2009
464 pages
ISBN: 9780199555468
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