Welcome to: Mary Wollstonecraft, living her beliefs

This site was created by Jennifer Ellis, Jennifer Maher and Dorothy McGivney. This was a project for English 430.001, taught by Assistant Professor David Porter at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor during Winter term 1999.

The goal of this site is to examine the life of Mary Wollstonecraft, and how she lived by the philosophies and beliefs she championed. We have looked at Mary Wollstonecraft's political and philosophical views, her opinions on love and marriage as well as her thoughts on the education of women. In each of these sections we hope to show how Mary Wollstonecraft lived by the words she espoused.

In addition to the research and analysis our group has done, we have included a brief biographical sketch to provide readers with a framework for the information compiled, a page of links to other sites relating to Mary Wollstonecraft and those close to her, an annotated bibliography of source material (in addition to notes for cited material) and a page of credits and acknowledgments. Please do not overlook the contributors page as this is where our resources for web design are.

This site was completed April 16, 1999.

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