Margaret Fuller: An Uncommon Woman

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Who was Margaret Fuller? She was a 19th century journalist and author who changed the way we think about women. Margaret sympathized with the plight of the Indians and praised the virtues of Irish immigrants. She covered a revolution in Italy and argued for women's rights. Read about Margaret in this concise new biography. More
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About Adele Fasick

Adele Fasick has been fascinated by books ever since she first discovered the public library around the corner from the house where she grew up in Queens, New York. After reading her way through most of the books in that branch library, she decided to become a librarian and a writer. She has worked in public libraries and taught children's literature at three universities in the U.S. and Canada as well as visited and lectured in libraries overseas. The expanding varieties of digital media have opened a world of possibilities to bring the best of print and visual formats together and share new ideas across age groups and cultures. She is now reaching out to a new audience with both a biography and fiction work in progress.

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SighNot101 reviewed on March 25, 2020

Look, I don't usually read non-fiction. Poetry is more my thing. But I downloaded this book last night and then stayed up till morning reading it. That Margaret Fuller was one-kick ass woman! Great woman, great story, great writing style. Now that I've found Adele Fasick, I'm going to look for more books by her. She is one helluva writer! If you admire strong women, if you enjoy great writing, if you want a book that grabs you and doesn't let you go, then check this out. And you'll learn some history, too!

Two thumbs way up!!!
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