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  1. 16/11/2020 · En el año 1792, con apenas 33 años, decidió viajar a París para seguir de cerca la Revolución Francesa, donde conoció al estadounidense Gilbert Imlay. Poco después dio a luz a su hija, Fanny.

  2. 27/02/2018 · In 1792, while visiting friends in France, Wollstonecraft met Captain Gilbert Imlay, an American timber merchant and adventurer. ... They named their daughter Fanny, after Mary’s best friend.

  3. A los pocos días de su nacimiento su madre, quien había escrito Vindication of Women Rights, murió de unas fiebres dejando a su marido al cuidado de Mary y de su hermana de tres años y medio Fanny Imlay. Casado Godwin posteriormente con una viuda que ya tenía dos hijas con la que el filósofo alumbraría un nuevo vástago.

  4. 01/04/1996 · Then Mary, Fanny, and Mary’s sisters, Eliza and Everina, started a school nearby at Newington Green. After initial success, that, too, failed. She then worked as a governess for an Irish family and saw firsthand the idleness of landed aristocrats. These discouraging experiences were compounded by the death of Fanny Blood from tuberculosis.

  5. 1774年,渥斯顿克雷福特一家迁居伦敦。玛莉结识了邻居凡妮·布拉德(Fanny Blood),凡妮鼓励她离开不幸福的家庭生活,谋求自立。但是,由于母亲的恳求,玛莉未能离开家庭。虽然留了下来,但是玛莉仍然自学各种知识,并出席各种社会问题讨论小组。

  6. 23/04/2022 · Mary Wollstonecraft, married name Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, (born April 27, 1759, London, England—died September 10, 1797, London), English writer and passionate advocate of educational and social equality for women. She outlined her beliefs in A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792), considered a classic of feminism. The daughter of a farmer, Wollstonecraft taught school and worked as ...

  7. 31/08/2020 · She had already had a three-year-old daughter, Fanny, from a previous affair with an American businessman named Gilbert Imlay. According to biographer Diane Jacobs , Little Mary, delivered by an esteemed midwife named Mrs. Blankensop from the Westminster Lying-In Hospital, had been born safely and successfully, but four hours after the birth, Wollstonecraft’s placenta still had not been ...