The New Yorker: A world of souls at “a white heat”

NewYorkerIn the April 1, 2013 issue of The New Yorker, critic Judith Thurman examines the life of Margaret Fuller through the eyes of her biographers. Megan Marshall, writes Thurman, “is a gifted storyteller steeped in the parochial society of nineteenth-century Boston and Concord–a world of souls at ‘a white heat’ . . . Marshall excels at creating a sense of intimacy–with both her subject and her reader.”

Here’s a link to the article on The New Yorker site.

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