Upon going through Margaret Cavendish’s, A True Relation of my Birth, Breeding, and Life, one can see that Margaret Cavendish has done what many people have failed to do when they set out to write about themselves. Margaret Cavendish has very successfully looked at herself in the eyes of the third person. However, when going through the autobiography, one cannot escape the fact Margaret Cavendish does seem to have an opinion made about her own self.
It is evident that she chooses to show herself as a person who has a set of weaknesses and a set of strengths like every other natural person. However, there is an element that gives Margaret Cavendish’s A True Relation of my Birth, Breeding, and Life, a certain degree of unique air (Cottegnies and Weitz). This fact lies in the particular flow that she shows her life to follow. One can see that Margaret Cavendish chose to make the larger number of decisions for herself by her own opinions. However, having made her choices, she chose to let fate take her the rest of the way.