A Short Residence in Sweden & Memoirs of the Author of 'The by Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin

By Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin

In those heavily associated works - a commute publication and a biography of its writer - we witness a relocating come upon among of the main bold and unique minds of the overdue eighteenth century: a brief place of dwelling in Sweden is the list of Wollstonecraft's final trip looking for happiness, into the distant and lovely backwoods of Scandinavia. the search for a misplaced treasure send, the discomfort of a wrecked love affair, thoughts of the French Revolution, and the eager for a few Golden Age, all form this brilliant narrative, which Richard Holmes argues is without doubt one of the missed masterpieces of early English Romanticism.

Memoirs is Godwin's personal account of Wollstonecraft's lifestyles, written with passionate depth a couple of weeks after her tragic demise. Casting apart literary conference, Godwin creates an intimate portrait of his spouse, startling in its candour and mental fact. got with outrage by way of neighbors and critics alike, and almost suppressed for a century, it might now be famous as one of many landmarks within the improvement of contemporary biography.

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