Definition of Fuller, Margaret in English:

Fuller, Margaret

Syllabification: Ful·ler, Margaret
Pronunciation: /ˈfo͝olər/

Entry from US English dictionary

  • (1810–50), US literary critic and social reformer; full name Sarah Margaret Fuller. An advocate of cultural education for women, she conducted “Conversations,” a popular series of discussion groups in the Boston area before becoming literary critic of the New York Tribune 1844–46. Among her books is Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845).

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