Mary Wollstonecraft 's A Vindication Of The Rights Of Woman

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Krushetta Fleeton Travis Turner World Lit 208 September 24, 2015 Mary Wollstonecraft Along came passionate, bold Mary Wollstonecraft who caused a sensation by writing A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (FEE). Wollstonecraft is known for her astonishing tone and serving the basis for equal rights on the behalf of women. Through writing she formed an active power of speech with the mindset of knowing she would succeed in this fight of equality. Mary was not only a woman 's rights activist, but emphasized the essential rights of all people. Especially those whom she believed were targets of a world that dispensed individuals their luxuries, roles, and pleasures and agreements allowing the fabricated differences of varying ages, social classes and sexes. She was self-educated and her intellect permitted her to surpass youthful adversities. Mary dedicated her writings towards social reform mostly, but implanted religious and political views, often nurturing the rights of women. Wollstonecraft served as a protector for her mother often from her father’s abusive outbursts and violent behavior initiated as a result of his drunkenness. This could have well been the catalyst of her commitment to aid as a women’s activist, to stand for one and the same opportunity for men and women, and proclaim the label of the much known voice of feminism: a women’s movement, liberation, and radicalism. In her essay, A Vindication of the Rights of Men, “she relied on rational principles to attack
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