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Fri Mar 21 17:11:42 2014 UTClccn-n780956130.18Elements of morality for the use of children : with an introductory address to parents. /0.450.81An historical and moral view of the origin and progress of the French Revolution and the effect it has produced in Europe /51697482Mary_Wollstonecraftn 78095613230689Cresswick, Mr.Cresswick, Mr., 1759-1797Godwin, Mary, 1759-1797Godwin, Mary 1759-1797 Spaeterer NameGodwin, Mary W. 1759-1797Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft-.Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft 1757-1797Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759-1797Godwin,, mistrissWollstoncraft, Maria, 1759-1797Wollstonecraft, ..., 1759-1797Wollstonecraft-Godwin, Mary.Wollstonecraft Godwin, Mary, 1759-1797Wollstonecraft, Maria, 1759-1797Wollstonecraft, Marie 1759-1797Wollstonecraft, maryWollstonecraft, Mary GodwinWollstonecraft, Mary Godwin <1759-1797>Wolstonecraft, Mary 1759-1797Wolstonekraft, Mary 1759-1797ウルストンクラフト, M.ウルストンクラーフト, メアリlccn-n80024468Godwin, William1756-1836edtlccn-n79100422Todd, Janet M.1942-auiedtlccn-n79061063Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft1797-1851lccn-n87879297Johnson, Claudia L.lccn-n79054060Shelley, Percy Bysshe1792-1822lccn-n50021738Wardle, Ralph Martin1909-edtlccn-n79032879Austen, Jane1775-1817lccn-n80109603Tomalin, Clairelccn-n50052799Imlay, Gilbert1754?-1828?crplccn-n77000185Gordon, LyndallWollstonecraft, Mary1759-1797HistoryRecords and correspondenceBiographyFictionFeminist fictionJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcPersonal narrativesWollstonecraft, Mary,Great BritainAuthors, EnglishFeministsWomen's rightsWomen and literatureEnglandFranceWomen--EducationWomen--Social and moral questionsShelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,Revolution (France : 1789-1799)TravelWomenFeminismFeminism and literatureReflections on the revolution in France (Burke, Edmund)Godwin, William,War--CausesSex role in literatureAusten, Jane,LibertyScandinaviaAuthors, English--Family relationshipsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Human rightsEnglish fiction--Women authorsEnglish fictionFeminist fiction, EnglishPolitics and literaturePsychological fiction, EnglishAuthorship--Sex differencesFemininity in literatureSentimentalism in literaturePolitical fiction, EnglishBurney, Fanny,Radcliffe, Ann Ward,FamiliesShelley, Percy Bysshe,Conduct of lifePolitical and social viewsPoets, English--Family relationshipsHolmes, Richard,Literary landmarksItalyWomen authors, EnglishRomanticismStevenson, Robert Louis,BiographersFrance--Paris175917971769177917871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180218031804180518061807180918111815181718201821182618291833183518411844184518561869187818791880188418851887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019041906190719081909191119121913192219231924192719281929193019311932193519361937194319441950195119521953195419551957195919601961196219641965196619671969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014818548093007BPR5841.W8ocn511211771ocn002703100ocn002328865ocn008893271ocn680530598ocn173811453ocn173810663ocn244673678ocn317546960ocn213820788ocn466119635ocn465945093ocn466119626ocn466119638ocn311676731ocn741011433ocn0755505409804433ocn679487190book17420.47Wollstonecraft, MaryVindication of the rights of woman with strictures on political and moral subjectsHistoryBiographyFictionThis second edition offers the best in Wollstonecraft scholarship and criticism since 1976, providing the ideal means for studying the first feminist document in English+-+4720048485135043ocn002930385book19760.53Wollstonecraft, MaryMary, a fiction and the wrongs of womanBiographyFictionFeminist fictionMary Wollstonecraft is best known for her pioneering views on the rights of women to share equal rights and opportunities with men. They are expressed here in two novels in which heroines have to rely on their own resources to establish their independence and intellectual development. Strongly autobiographical, both novels powerfully complement Wollstonecraft's non-fictional writing, inspired by the French Revolution and the social upheavals that followed. New to this edition is a completely rewritten introduction that incorporates the latest scholarship and features a consideration of the social formation of Wollstonecraft as a Revolutionary feminist and her literary-political career, as well as a critical account of the two novels. A new bibliography includes all the latest critical writing on Wollstonecraft, while heavily revised notes link her fiction to her extensive reading, her other writings and major events and issues of the day. In addition, the text has been completely reset, making it easier on the eyes. It is by far the highest quality edition available, and a great choice for readers interested in pre-Victorian literature and feminist history. - Publisher+-+05438044651315107ocn083313839file17880.22Wollstonecraft, MaryOriginal stories, from real life with conversations, calculated to regulate the affections, and form the mind to truth and goodnessJuvenile worksFiction+-+2717229036102814ocn002966271book19770.47Wollstonecraft, MaryA Wollstonecraft anthologyMary Wollstonecraft is widely recognized as a social and political thinker of major significance and as one of the most important and influential of the early feminists. Some of her works, such as "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman," have become central texts of feminist thought. Written in the eighteenth century, her social commentary challenged the other eminent thinkers of the day, including Edmund Burke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and confronted the major events of the period, such as the French Revolution. Wollstonecraft was a persuasive writer and thinker who never felt compelled to separate her female experience from her writing. -- Back cover+-+6607256875101287ocn065336300book17690.70Wollstonecraft, MaryLetters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and DenmarkHistoryRecords and correspondenceThis engaging volume was pioneering feminist Mary Wollstonecraft's most popular book during her lifetime. Difficult to categorize, it is both an arresting travel book and a moving exploration of her personal and political selves. Wollstonecraft set out for Scandinavia just two weeks after her first suicide attempt, on a mission from the lover whose affections she doubted, to recover his silver on a ship that had gone missing. With her baby daughter and a nursemaid, she traveled across the dramatic landscape and wrote sublime descriptions of the natural world, and the events and people she encountered. Fascinating appendices include Imlay's commission to recover his lost silver, Wollstonecraft's recently discovered letter to the Danish Prime Minister asking for assistance, the private letters she wrote to Imlay during her travels in Scandinavia, a chapter from Godwin's memoir of Wollstonecraft, and a selection of contemporary reviews+-+881587446584317ocn004056371book19790.53Wollstonecraft, MaryCollected letters of Mary WollstonecraftBiographyRecords and correspondence"Mary Wollstonecraft was one of the most distinctive letter writers of the eighteenth century. She talked and thought on paper: her letters were a large part of the drama of her life. In them we see her grow from an awkward child of fourteen into the pioneering feminist and author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, and finally into the woman of thirty-eight facing death in childbirth." "This edition contains the complete correspondence of Mary Wollstonecraft, including a recently discovered interchange with the historian Catherine Macaulay and the only known fragments of letters to the Swiss artist Fuseli, with whom Wollstonecraft had a passionate friendship."--BOOK JACKET+-+989489596532479431ocn001160849book19660.56Godwin, WilliamGodwin & Mary; letters of William Godwin and Mary WollstonecraftRecords and correspondence+-+170307853579463ocn062836408book17910.18Salzmann, Christian GotthilfElements of morality for the use of children : with an introductory address to parents.Juvenile worksFiction77155ocn000363912book17870.73Wollstonecraft, MaryThoughts on the education of daughters, with reflections on female conduct in the more important duties of lifeHistoryWollstonecraft decries the poor education society allows women and makes a strong plea for education for women in domestic and academic areas+-+204622903632473453ocn001119596book17940.81Wollstonecraft, MaryAn historical and moral view of the origin and progress of the French Revolution and the effect it has produced in EuropeHistory73410ocn719371239com19930.37Wollstonecraft, MaryA vindication of the rights of men A vindication of the rights of woman ; An historical and moral view of the French RevolutionHistory"This volume brings together the major political writings of Mary Wollstonecraft as they appeared in the revolutionary 1790s." "It traces her passionate and indignant response to the excitement of the early days of the French Revolution and then her uneasiness at its later bloody phase. It reveals her developing understanding of women's involvement in a nation's political and social life and her growing awareness of the relationship between politics and economics, political institutions and the individual." "In personal terms, the works show her struggling with a belief in the perfectibility of human nature through rational education, a doctrine that appeared weaker to her under the onslaught of her own miserable experience and of the revolutionary massacres."--BOOK JACKET+-+370183746564313ocn001119765book19750.37Wollstonecraft, MaryMaria : or, The wrongs of womanFictionFeminist fiction"In Maria, Wollstonecraft pursues in fictional form themes set forth in A vindication of the rights of woman. Her story of a woman incarcerated in a madhouse by her abusive husband dramatizes the effect of the English marriage laws, which made women virtually the property of their husbands. Left uncompleted at Wollstonecraft's early death, Maria remains a powerful work of propaganda, a unique picture of women's status in eighteenth-century England."--P. [4] of cover+-+941668848557320ocn027892470book19910.47Wollstonecraft, MaryMary ; MariaFictionFeminist fictionTwo works of fiction by the great feminist author are collected here, along with a novel by her daughter. Mary: An alienated woman of intellect finds comfort in her friendship with a refined girl. Maria: Left unfinished at her death, this novella follows the fortunes of a woman who protests the loss of her autonomy after her marriage. Matilda: A young woman's troubled relationship with her father leads to tragedy+-+16288959655365ocn001229540book19750.31Detre, JeanA most extraordinary pair : Mary Wollstonecraft and William GodwinBiography51435ocn000797802book17880.76Wollstonecraft, MaryMary; a fictionFictionFeminist fiction51113ocn030777137book19910.70Wollstonecraft, MaryA vindication of the rights of men ; with A vindication of the rights of woman, and HintsHistory+-+388189670548525ocn000354071book17980.76Wollstonecraft, MaryPosthumous works of the author of A vindication of the rights of womanHistoryPersonal narrativesRecords and correspondenceThis volume contains a variety of Wollstonecraft's writings, including her essay "The Wrongs of Woman" and a large number of private letters which reveal her strong hatred of oppression and her commitment to feminism46424ocn027066628book19920.70Wollstonecraft, MaryPolitical writingsHistory41918ocn000497999book19600.70Wollstonecraft, MaryA vindication of the rights of men (1790). A facsimile reproductionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+792622903632429154ocn050233940book17940.50Wollstonecraft, MaryThe rights of womanHistory219927ocn001008184book19740.29Tomalin, ClaireThe life and death of Mary WollstonecraftHistoryBiography"Witty, courageous and unconventional, Mary Wollstonecraft was one of the most controversial figures of her day. She published 'A Vindication of the Rights of Woman'; travelled to revolutionary France and lived through the Terror and the destruction of the incipient French feminist movement; produced an illegitimate daughter; and married William Godwin before dying in childbed at the age of thirty-eight. Often embattled and bitterly disappointed, she never gave up her radical ideas or her belief that courage and honesty would triumph over convention." -- Back cover+-+2612165965200123ocn000482551book19320.32Flexner, EleanorMary Wollstonecraft; a biographyHistoryBiography198010ocn057204209file20020.37Johnson, Claudia LThe Cambridge companion to Mary WollstonecraftHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcHandbooks, manuals, etcOnce viewed solely in relation to the history of feminism, Mary Wollstonecraft is now recognised as a writer of formidable talent. These essays address all aspects of Wollstonecraft's momentous but tragically brief career+-+9704326705166912ocn009893937book19760.37Ferguson, MoiraMary WollstonecraftHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliographyProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Mary Wollstonecraft+-+1447932475324165545ocn000062371book17980.76Godwin, WilliamMemoirs of Mary WollstonecraftBiography+-+540766600615878ocn057475923book20050.27Gordon, LyndallVindication : a life of Mary WollstonecraftBiographyChronicles the life and career of Mary Wallstonecraft who is considered to be the founder of modern feminism, and describes her life and work in eighteenth-century Europe+-+375346515515395ocn052995820file20010.47Buss, Helen MMary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley writing livesCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaPioneers in life writing, Mary Wollstonecraft, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), and Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein (1818), are now widely regarded as two of the leading writers of the Romantic period. They are both responsible for opening up new possibilities for women in genres traditionally dominated by men. This volume brings together essays on Wollstonecraft's and Shelley's life writing by some of the most prominent scholars in Canada, Australia, and the United States. It also includes a full-length play by award-winning Canadian playwright Rose Scollard. To+-+681857433532415148ocn043701583book20000.29Todd, Janet MMary Wollstonecraft : a revolutionary lifeBiography"Mary Wollstonecraft was the first major feminist in England, author of the pioneering Vindication of the Rights of Woman in 1792. This biography argues that her life and letters are her most lasting legacy." "This biography stresses too her tortured relations with her family, arguing that her resentment of her brother, Ned, and his advantages as an adored boy fuelled her intellectual life. It especially relates her involvement with her two sisters, whom she mothered, dominated, and wounded. Because they shared her volatile, depressive, and self-dramatizing temperament and were caught on the edge of Mary's tumultuous life, their letters declare what she herself might have been without her special energy and zest." "This biography, which makes full use of all her writings, also compares her with other women who came into her orbit: the clever, tragic Fanny Blood, so intensely loved and so betrayed, the pretty young Amelia Alderson, who admired and recoiled from the unconventional, and Mary Hays, caught in the same intellectual and sexual dilemmas but without Wollstonecraft's glamour."--BOOK JACKET+-+4936766875148721ocn434868987book17960.70Wollstonecraft, MaryLetters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and DenmarkHistoryRecords and correspondence"This engaging volume was pioneering feminist Mary Wollstonecraft's most popular book during her lifetime. Difficult to categorize, it is both an arresting travel book and a moving exploration of her personal and political selves. Wollstonecraft set out for Scandinavia just two weeks after her first suicide attempt, on a mission from the lover whose affections she doubted, to recover his silver on a ship that had gone missing. With her baby daughter and a nursemaid, she traveled across the dramatic landscape and wrote sublime descriptions of the natural world, and the events and people she encountered. Fascinating appendices include Imlay's commission to recover his lost silver, Wollstonecraft's recently discovered letter to the Danish Prime Minister asking for assistance, the private letters she wrote to Imlay during her travels in Scandinavia, a chapter from Godwin's memoir of Wollstonecraft, and a selection of contemporary reviews. About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more."--Publisher's website+-+881587446513862ocn593240116file19950.53Johnson, Claudia LEquivocal beings politics, gender, and sentimentality in the 1790s : Wollstonecraft, Radcliffe, Burney, AustenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn the wake of the French Revolution, Edmund Burke argued that civil order depended upon nurturing the sensibility of men--upon the masculine cultivation of traditionally feminine qualities such as sentiment, tenderness, veneration, awe, gratitude, and even prejudice. Writers as diverse as Sterne, Goldsmith, Burke, and Rousseau were politically motivated to represent authority figures as men of feeling, but denied women comparable authority by representing their feelings as inferior, pathological, or criminal. Focusing on Mary Wollstonecraft, Ann Radcliffe, Frances Burney, and Jane Austen, whos+-+293659177513758ocn019627643book19890.28St. Clair, WilliamThe Godwins and the Shelleys : the biography of a familyBiographyA comprehensive account of the Godwins and Shelleys, two families who shed light on the history and literature of the revolutionary and romantic age+-+188793653510466ocn012108131book19850.27Holmes, RichardFootsteps : adventures of a Romantic biographerHistoryBiography+-+195522421510452ocn001253932book19750.31Sunstein, Emily WA different face : the life of Mary WollstonecraftHistoryBiography10265ocn009324571book19840.53Poovey, MaryThe proper lady and the woman writer : ideology as style in the works of Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and Jane AustenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+527021177510203ocn069242567file20060.50Botting, Eileen HuntFamily feuds Wollstonecraft, Burke, and Rousseau on the transformation of the familyIt is this ideal of the egalitarian family, Botting contends, that is one of the most important yet least appreciated legacies of Enlightenment political thought"--BOOK JACKET+-+305219642510104ocn027070871book19930.22Sherwood, FrancesVindicationHistoryFictionMary, a gifted, restless young woman, leaves her troubled and uncomprehending family and journeys first to London and then to Paris during the French Revolution+-+254837928510015ocn310121190file20070.56Carlson, Julie AnnEngland's first family of writers Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin, Mary ShelleyCriticism, interpretation, etc"Life and literature were inseparable in the daily lives of Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin, and Mary Shelley. In England's First Family of Writers, Julie A. Carlson demonstrates how and why the works of these individuals can only be fully understood within the context of the family unit in which they were created." "The first to consider their writing collectively, Carlson finds in the Wollstonecraft-Godwin-Shelley dynasty a family of writers whose works are in intimate dialogue with each other. For them, literature made love and produced children, as well as mourned, memorialized, and reanimated the dead." "Analyzing the ways in which this family's works minimize the differences between books and persons, writing and living, Carlson offers a nonsentimental account of the extent to which books can live and inform life and death. Carlson also examines the unorthodox clan's highly visible status as England's first family of writers. She explores how, over time, their reception has evinced ongoing public resistance to those who challenge commonly held family values."--BOOK JACKET+-+K36133653598214ocn000361220book19510.53Wardle, Ralph MartinMary Wollstonecraft, a critical biographyHistoryBiography8827ocn045505968book20010.28Jacobs, DianeHer own woman : the life of Mary WollstonecraftBiography"Pioneering eighteenth-century feminist Mary Wollstonecraft lived a life as radical as her vision of a fairer world. She overcame great disadvantages - poverty (her abusive, sybaritic father squandered the family fortune), a frivolous education, and the stigma of being unmarried in a man's world." "Her life changed when Thomas Paine's publisher, Joseph Johnson, determined to make her a writer. Wollstonecraft's great feminist document, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, which brought her fame throughout Europe, insisted that women reap all the new liberties men were celebrating since the fall of the Bastille in France." "This biography of Mary Wollstonecraft gives a balanced, thorough, freshly sympathetic view. Diane Jacobs also continues Wollstonecraft's story by concluding with those of her daughters. Her Own Woman is distinguished by the author's use of new first sources, among which are Joseph Johnson's letters, discovered by an heir in the late 1990s, and rare letters referring to Wollstonecraft's lover Gilbert Imlay. Jacobs has written an absorbing narrative that is essential to understanding Mary Wollstonecraft's life and the importance it has had on women throughout history."--BOOK JACKET+-+K8456393158772ocn000095141book19700.47George, MargaretOne woman's "situation"; a study of Mary WollstonecraftHistoryBiography+-+4720048485+-+4720048485Fri Mar 21 15:12:29 EDT 2014batch78771