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Here We Are Again! Robert H. Rimmer

Here We Are Again!

Robert H. Rimmer

Published July 22nd 2001
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Kindle Edition
415 pages
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HERE WE ARE AGAIN!You may never have heard of Margaret Fuller. Born 1810, she drowned in 1850 with her 29-year old Italian husband and two year old son off the coast of Fire Island, New York, when her ship, returning home from Italy, broke up in aMoreHERE WE ARE AGAIN!You may never have heard of Margaret Fuller. Born 1810, she drowned in 1850 with her 29-year old Italian husband and two year old son off the coast of Fire Island, New York, when her ship, returning home from Italy, broke up in a storm. Like Flora Tristan, born in 1803, who also died when she was 40, but in France- they were both attractive to many and wrote numerous books demanding equal rights for women. They never met each other, or even knew each other existed, although each was famous in their own country. Although Flora published more details about her love life than Margaret did, many people believe that Margaret slept with Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Nathaniel Hawthorne, both of whom were married.Now you can find out the truth about their sex lives-told in their own words to Bob Rimmer, who has written books about his affairs with other fiery women, like Anne Hutchinson and Elizabeth Pepys, both of whom died before their time, too. Bob is a firm believer that bodies may die, but human brains dont. In this story, he is contacted by the mysterious billionaire, German publisher, James Gotendorf who has discovered two women in their late thirties, incarcerated in different prisons for murder and prostitution. Independently, claiming that they are Margaret Fuller and Flora Tristan, they have lost all contact with the 21st century and refuse to adjust to prison life or the world today. They are released into Gotendorfs custody. He puts them in touch with Bob, to help them. Gradually, in their own words, these two women, who lived150 years ago, tell Robert Rimmer about their previous lives-first via e-mail, and then in actual contact.