[woo l-stuh n-kraft, ‐krahft]
- MaryMary Wollstonecraft Godwin, 1759–97, English author and feminist (mother of Mary Shelley).
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If you doubt that heartbreak is timeless, you need to read these letters from Wollstonecraft to her baby-daddy Gilbert Imlay.Book Bag: The Best Letter Collections
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The illness of Mrs. Wollstonecraft was lingering, but hopeless.
But the air was so full of taunt and threat that Miss Wollstonecraft thought best to leave England for a time.
His eye fell upon the word "Wollstonecraft," marked on a plain little slate slab.
According to the prevailing opinion,” says Mrs. Wollstonecraft, “women were made for men.The Radicalism of Shelley and Its Sources
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- Mary. 1759–97, British feminist and writer, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Women (1792); wife of William Godwin and mother of Mary Shelley