Definition of Fuller, Margaret in English:

Fuller, Margaret

Pronunciation /ˈfo͝olər/ /ˈfʊlərtən/

proper noun

  • (1810–50), US literary critic and social reformer; full name Sarah Margaret Fuller. An advocate of cultural education for women, she conducted “Conversations,” a popular series of discussion groups in the Boston area before becoming literary critic of the New York Tribune 1844–46. Among her books is Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845).


Fuller, Margaret

/ˈfo͝olər/ /ˈfʊlərtən/