A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

Opening Sentence:Sir, It is not necessary, with courtly insincerity, to apologise to you for thus intruding on your precious time, nor to profess that I think it an honour to discuss an important subject with a man whose literary abilities have raised him to notice in the state.
Synopsis:“It is time to effect a revolution in female manners – time to restore to them their lost dignity – and make them, as a part of the human species, labour by reforming themselves to reform the world.”
Mary Wollstonecraft’s passionate declaration of equal rights for all men and women.
Genre:Non-Fiction
Rating:@
Pages:340
BCID:xxx-6013644
ISBN:3-8290-0898-8
Year:1998
Format:Paperback
Comments:This book is way too hard to read. It is reputed to be one of the most important books ever written, but I simply could not get through it. The language is extremely convoluted and reads as though it has been written for the Chardonnay set. It would be difficult for the average layperson to read. I have been reading this book for months and I am not even half-way through. I think now is the time to give up!

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