Mary Wollstonecraft



Essays by Mary Wollstonecraft

Letter I

Men with common minds seldom break through general rules.

Letter II

Civilisation is a blessing not sufficiently estimated by those who have not traced its progress.

Letter III

We must have an object to refer our reflections to, or they will seldom go below the surface.

Letter IV

In some degree I term every person idle, the exercise of whose mind does not bear some proportion to that of the body.

Letter V

When a country arrives at a certain state of perfection, it looks as if it were made so; and curiosity is not excited.
Patrick Madden's New Book
Quotidiana by Patrick Madden

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