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Critical Essay by Jonathan Wordsworth

SOURCE: “Introduction,” in Thoughts on the education of daughters, by Mary Wollstonecraft, 1787. Reprint: Oxford: Woodstock Books, 1994, n.p.

In this introduction, Wordsworth compares Mary Wollstonecraft's Thoughts on the education of daughters, a social conduct manual, with John Locke's Some thoughts concerning education (1693).

The Nursery—Moral Discipline—Exterior Accomplishments—Artificial Manners—Dress—The Fine Arts—Reading—Boarding-Schools—The Temper—Unfortunate Situation of Females, Fashionably Educated, And Left Without A Fortune—Love—Matrimony—Desultory Thoughts—The Benefits Which Arise From Disappointments—On The Treatment of Servants—The Observance of Sunday—On The Misfortune Of Fluctuating Principles—Benevolence—Card-Playing—The Theatre—Public Places

Wollstonecraft did not provide Thoughts on the education of daughters with a Table of Contents, but...

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