Margaret Fuller Quotes About Writing

Quotes about: Writing
  • The use of criticism, in periodical writing, is to sift, not to stamp a work.

    Margaret Fuller (1846). “Papers on Literature and Art: A short essay on critics. A dialogue. The two Herberts. The prose works of Milton. The life of Sir James Mackintosh. Modern British poets. The modern drama. Dialogue, containing sundry glosses on poetic texts”, p.5
  • A man who means to think and write a great deal must, after six and twenty, learn to read with his fingers.

    Margaret Fuller, Arthur Buckminster Fuller (1874). “Memoirs, [ed.] by R.W. Emerson, W.H. Channing, and J.F. Clarke”, p.61

Margaret Fuller

  • Born: May 23, 1810
  • Died: July 19, 1850
  • Occupation: Journalist
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