Radical Sensibilities

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Emma Garman tells the story of how Mary Wollstonecraft’s “radical sensibilities” inspired her protégée Margaret King to cross-dress as a man in order to attend medical school and to test “the rigid conventions of an era”.


Jake Slovis earned his MFA in Writing from Rutgers University, where he now teaches English Composition. He is a second-generation Argentine American and has spent significant time living and writing in Buenos Aires. He currently resides in Brooklyn. More from this author →