A VINDICATION OF THE
RIGHTS OF WOMAN
When I began to write this work, I divided it into three parts,
supposing that one volume would contain a full discussion of the
arguments which seemed to me to rise naturally from a few simple
principles; but fresh illustrations occurring as I advanced, I now
present only the first part to the public.
Many subjects, however, which I have cursorily alluded to, call for
particular investigation, especially the laws relative to women,
and the consideration of their peculiar duties. These will furnish
ample matter for a second volume, which in due time will be
published, to elucidate some of the sentiments and complete many of
the sketches begun in the first.
THE RIGHTS AND INVOLVED DUTIES OF MANKIND CONSIDERED
In the present state of society . . .