margaret fullerand and mary wollstonecraft, English homework help

Discussing Eliot. This discussion requires three posts using the options below.

Options for Posts

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How to Post



Option 1: Topic Starter

Click “Create Thread” in discussion board.

Read the discussion prompts carefully and provide a response to one of the questions. Be sure your response answers the entire prompt, in detail, and be sure that you have proofread carefully. Provide textual support.

You can submit one topic starter per discussion.

Option 2: Challenge

Read a classmate’s post, and click “Reply.”

Respectfully challenge a classmate’s response. Explain your disagreement in detail and provide textual support.


Option 3: Agree and Add New

Read a classmate’s post, and click “Reply.”

Agree with a classmate’s post. Explain why, in detail, and add new information or evidence. Provide textual support.


  • Do not plagiarize. Use only your own words and ideas to analyze the texts. The only sources you should use are the works of literature themselves.
  • Use MLA format for citations.
  • Proofread your posts.
  • You will be posting 3 times. Your first post will be one of the options above; your second and third posts will respond to a classmate’s post using Options 2 and/or 3. You must write substantive response posts. This means you have to do more than say you agree, disagree, or compliment what your classmates have said.
  • Make sure to specify which prompt you’re responding to if choosing Option 1.
  • Review the grading rubric that will be used.

Discussion Topics for Margaret Fuller and Marry Wollstonecraft:

1. What, precisely, does Eliot think of women and why?

2. What is Eliot suggesting for women in terms of education and experience and why?

3. Why does Eliot object so vehemently to the claim that women are men’s moral and mental equals or superiors? Do you agree with her? Why or why not?

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