This chapter examines the experience of Margaret Fuller when she was assigned to Italy as foreign correspondent of the New York Tribune from 1847 to 1848. This was the starting period of the Italian reunification. This chapter describes Fuller’s pioneering Italian studies and teaching and her thoughts about the Risorgimento. It also describes her journalistic work as literary critic and her opportunity to meet some of the most prominent local authors.
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