This month we shall read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus.
Tag Archives | Mary Wollstonecraft
The Names We Bear
Women bear names not their own.
Wollstonecraft: Progressive, Not Radical
I am a feminist.
Of Monsters and Men
It’s been nearly two months now that we have been reading monster free works, or so it would seem.
Passion, Love, Friendship and Marriage
Maybe it is because I am female, but I would like to think that it is because I am human that relationships mean so much to me.
Human History Month
I’m celebrating Women’s History Month in a number of literary ways.
Cabbages and Kings and Other Distracting Things
After reading the introduction and first chapter of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft the first thing that popped into my mind was “cabbages and kings.”
My Favorite Misconception
I used to imagine a governess as someone who skipped about, guitar-in-hand, singing songs about raindrops-on-roses and whiskers-on-kittens.
Looking to the Women Before Us
I wish I never had to wear the label, Feminist.
Glitches and Stitches
Utilizing the G+ hangout for virtual book club discussions has been proving both technically difficult with the glitches and completely wonderful with the laughter causing stitches in my sides.