Margaret Fuller: A New American Life
Megan Marshall talked about her book Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, a biography of the 19th century editor, war correspondent and front-page columnist for the New York Tribune. Ms. Marshall talked about Margaret Fuller’s experience as the first female war correspondent and Ms. Fuller’s death at sea at the age of 40. close
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