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Episode 11: Treasures Within: The Recovered Letters of Margaret Fuller

  

In this episode, we are exploring the life of Margaret Fuller, the extraordinary 19th century intellectual who played a central role in the transcendentalist movement. We’ll learn about a recovered parcel of Fuller’s letters to her close friend, James Freeman Clarke. The letters had been lost for more than a hundred years before they were discovered carefully preserved in an ornate folio in the home of Clarke’s descendants.

Episode Special Guest:

Megan Marshall is the Charles Wesley Emerson Professor at Emerson College and is the author of Margaret Fuller: A New American Life.

This episode uses materials from:

Pounded Piano by Podington Bear (Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported)
Psychic by Dominic Giam of Ketsa Music (licensed under a commercial non-exclusive license by the Massachusetts Historical Society through Ketsa.uk)
Curious Nature by Dominic Giam of Ketsa Music (licensed under a commercial non-exclusive license by the Massachusetts Historical Society through Ketsa.uk)