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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Dover Thrift Editions: Literary Collections)

This book is about Mary Wollstonecraft
"A Vindication of the Rights of Woman" by Mary Wollstonecraft is not merely a book; it is a profound rallying cry for gender equality that resonated deeply upon its initial publication in 1792 and continues to inspire today. Wollstonecraft, a pioneering figure in feminist thought, challenged the status quo with her bold assertion that women deserve the same fundamental rights as men, particularly in education. Her arguments are crafted with both fervent logic and undeniable emotional appeal, making a case for the intellectual and social potential of women that society had long underestimated. Embedded in an era ripe with revolutionary fervor, Wollstonecraft's work extends beyond mere advocacy; it serves as a witness to the trials women faced and a testament to a woman's fight for a seat at the table of intellectual discourse. This book is essential for high school students exploring the roots of feminist thought and the historical context of the struggle for gender equality. Wollstonecraft’s narrative is a compelling exploration of personal resilience and the broader implications of social justice, making it a crucial addition to the literary canon and a cornerstone in the education of young minds about the significance of equality and human rights.
Published by Dover Publications on July 3, 1996
208 pages
ISBN: 9780486290362
Best for readers in High School
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