Current scholarship surrounding Angelina Grimké rests on an idealized construction of her personal and intellectual development. Her papers, however, reveal a more complex person, plagued by depression and driven by an ascetic temperament. Consequently, Grimké's 1843 millenarian obsessions may speak more fully to her intellectual character than her abolitionism and feminism.

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