- Also God·wi·ne [god-wi-nuh] /ˈgɒd wɪ nə/. Earl of the West Saxons,died 1053, English statesman.
- Gail,born 1937, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
- Mary Woll·stone·craft [woo l-stuh n-kraft, -krahft] /ˈwʊl stənˌkræft, -ˌkrɑft/, 1759–97, English writer.
- her husbandWilliam,1756–1836, English political philosopher, novelist, and essayist.
- a male given name: from an Old English word meaning “good friend.”
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Southey confessed that he "read and studied and all but worshipped Godwin."
Godwin's leading thought was that the utmost reverence is due to boys.
Neither of them had natural tact, and Godwin's sensibility was morbid.
Godwin, in all this, reproduces the current fallacy of his generation.
Helvétius had been Godwin's chief precursor in this opinion.
- died 1053, Earl of Wessex. He was chief adviser to Canute and Edward the Confessor. His son succeeded Edward to the throne as Harold II
- Mary. See (Mary) Wollstonecraft
- William. 1756–1836, British political philospher and novelist. In An Enquiry concerning Political Justice (1793), he rejected government and social institutions, including marriage. His views greatly influenced English romantic writers