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Wollstonecraft and Vogue

March 26, 2015

I’m a traitor to the cause. I’m delighted that Vogue’s picked Romantic Outlaws as one of its spring books even though Wollstonecraft hated everything about fashion. She was intentionally frumpy and wore an odd beaver cap and refused to powder her hair.  However, she did understand the problems of selling books. So, I like to think that she would support all of our efforts to get her story out into the world.Unknown

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  1. March 26, 2015 3:25 pm

    I’m sure she would have agreed with you. One can disapprove of fashion politically and use it practically–nothing wrong with realism, Charlotte. By the way, I’m happy for you. Keep up the good work and writing.

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