Foreign Correspondence (1848–1849)
This chapter examines the experiences of Margaret Fuller in Italy during the revolution from 1848 to 1849. During this period, there was much speculation back in American about why she was lingering in Rome. Some speculated that she was completing her book. In Italy, Fuller and Giovanni Angelo Ossoli supported Giuseppe Mazzini. This chapter also discusses Fuller’s work as foreign correspondent of the New York Tribune.
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