Wollstonecraft may refer to:

  • Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797), English author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797–1851), author of Frankenstein, daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft
  • Edward Wollstonecraft, 19th-century merchant and explorer, nephew of Mary Wollstonecraft
  • Wollstonecraft, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, named after Edward

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Letters Written In Sweden, Norway, And Denmark - Reception and Legacy - Romanticism
... The poet Robert Southey, for example, wrote to his publisher "Have you met with Mary Wollstonecraft's ? She has made me in love with a cold climate, and frost and snow, with ... Wollstonecraft's "incarnational theory of the creative imagination" paved the way for Wordsworth's thorough treatment of the imagination and its relation to the self in Book V ... Alastor (1815) their depictions of "quest for a settled home" strongly resemble Wollstonecraft's ...
Letters Written In Sweden, Norway, And Denmark
... a personal travel narrative by the eighteenth-century British feminist writer Mary Wollstonecraft ... Published by Wollstonecraft's career-long publisher, Joseph Johnson, it was the last work issued during her lifetime ... Wollstonecraft undertook her tour of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark in order to retrieve a stolen treasure ship for her lover, Gilbert Imlay ...
Letters Written In Sweden, Norway, And Denmark - Reception and Legacy
... Wollstonecraft was prompted to publish Letters Written in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark because she was heavily in debt ... in the tender sympathy call'd forth by the woman." William Godwin, Wollstonecraft's future husband, wrote in his Memoirs of the Author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman that reading Letters Written in Sweden ... After Wollstonecraft's death in 1797, Godwin published her original letters to Imlay (destroying the originals in the process) ...
Memoirs Of The Author Of A Vindication Of The Rights Of Woman
... is William Godwin's biography of his wife Mary Wollstonecraft, the author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) ... Godwin felt it was his duty to edit and publish Wollstonecraft's unfinished works after her death ... has written a biography of the Godwins and the Shelleys, Wollstonecraft was so famous by this time that Godwin did not have to mention her name in the ...
Mary: A Fiction
... complete novel by the 18th-century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft ... Composed while Wollstonecraft was a governess in Ireland, the novel was published in 1788 shortly after her summary dismissal and her momentous decision to embark on a writing career, a ... Inspired by Jean-Jacques Rousseau's idea that geniuses are self-taught, Wollstonecraft chose a rational, self-taught heroine, Mary, as the central character of her novel ...