Margaret Fuller was a prominent American critic, women’s right advocate, editor, translator, and journalist. She is renowned for her book ‘Woman in the Nineteenth Century,’ which is regarded as the foremost major feminist work in the country. She was also the first female war correspondent in the country. She was a proponent of women’s right, especially the right to employment and women’s education. We have gathered some famous sayings by Margaret Fuller, which has been curated from her journals, books, writings, thoughts and interviews. Following is a corpus of quotes by Margaret Fuller on spirituality, women, men, genius, America, feeling, history, character, experience, wisdom, purity, human, criticism, love, soul, justice, happiness, solitude, mind, slave, and more.