A Room of One's Own Journal by Virginia Woolf

| August 19, 2015

Answer these questions in 4 paragraphs: Why does it matter so much when Woolf walks on the turf at Cambridge University, and what does she make of this event? Why is a woman barred from admission to the University’s library? Why does her exclusion make her so angry that she vows never to ask for “such hospitality” again? Why are men so rich and women so poor, according to Woolf? What are the historical roots for women’s poverty? What explains the startling contrast between women’s estate in fiction (as “shining beacons” and as symbols of humanity) and in history (as slaves)?

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A Room of One's Own


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