1. Why are the women whom Wollstonecraft knows miserable?
2. What do most women rely on instead of education?
3. Who has written instructional books that treat women as subordinate?
4. In what area does Wollstonecraft concede men's superiority?
5. What kind of women does society speak out against?
6. To whom does Wollstonecraft want to appeal?
7. What women are too weak and artificial for the author to address in her work?
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