A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects

Book - 2001
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First published in 1792, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman was an instant success, turning its thirty-three-year-old author into a minor celebrity. A pioneering work of early feminism that extends to women the Enlightenment principle of "the rights of man," its argument remains as relevant today as it was for Woll-stonecraft's contemporaries. "Mary Wollstonecraft was not the first writer to call for women to receive a real, challenging education," writes Katha Pollitt in the new Introduction. "But she was the first to connect the education of women to the transformation of women's social position, of relations between the sexes, and even of society itself. She was the first to argue that women's intellectual equality would and should have actual consequences. The winds of change sweep through her pages."

This classic work of early feminism remains as relevant and passionate today as it was for Wollstonecraft's contemporaries. This edition includes new explanatory notes.
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 2001
Edition: Modern Library paperback edition
ISBN: 9780375757228
0375757228
Branch Call Number: 305.42 Wo
Description: xxxi, 212 pages ; 21 cm

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Wollstonecraft cemented her reputation as a feminist when this Ur-document of modern feminism was published. It has held up over the years.


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