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  1. says:

    Every woman should read this Yes, everyone who told me that, you were absolutely right It is a little book, but it s quite likely to revitalize you How many 113 page books and or hour long lectures the original format of this text can say that This is Woolf s Damn The Man book It is of course done in an overtly polite British way until she brings up her fountain pen and stabs them right between the eyes She manages to make this a work of Romantic sensibility, and yet modern, piercing, Every woman should read this Yes, everyone who told me that, you were absolutely right It is a little book, but it s quite likely to revitalize you How many 113 page books and or hour long lectures the original format of this text can say that This is Woolf s Damn The Man book It is of course done in an overtly polite British way until she brings up her fountain pen and stabs them right between the eyes She manages to make this a work of Romantic sensibility, and yet modern, piercing, and vital Woolf was asked to give a speech on Women and fiction She ended up with an entire philosophy on the creative spirit, though with special attention to that of women, of course Her thesis is simply that women must have a fixed income 500 pounds a year in her time and a room of her own with a lock on the door It is only wit...

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    I can t believe I only read this book now I would have needed it when I was 18, and 25, and last year and yesterday The opening sentence caught me, right away But, you may say, we asked you to speak about women and fiction what has that got to do with a room of one s own I don t even need to read Virginia Woolf s justification before I exclaim EVERYTHING, it has EVERYTHING to do with a room of one s own Whoever loves art, literature, and the act of writing, drawing or reading knows how ha I can...

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    There are so many books that one just knows what they are going to be about I have always known about this book and knew what it would be about Feminist rant, right Oh, these people do so preach to the choir, don t they Why do they hate men so much In the end they are no different to the male chauvinists they are attacking Why can t they just beeven handed That none of this is the case, of course, does not matter at all, because reiterating received wisdom seems to be all that There are so many books that one just knows what they are going to be about I have always known about this book and knew what it ...

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    Reading my first work by Virginia Woolf was just what the reading doctor ordered after my frustrating experience with Kawabata over this past weekend In the last few days, I have been organizing my reading challenges for next year, and decided to get a jump start on women s history as well as a January group read in catching up on classics by reading Woolf Although written ninety years ago, Woolf could be discussing the status of women authors today Her work remains timely and was a pure joy Rea...

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    Words fail me as I seek to express what I think of Virginia Woolf Or to sum up in a few measly paragraphs, a book that may just have shattered into a million pieces all my illusions about the art of writing and reshaped my whole perspective.Have you ever imagined a disembodied voice whispering into your ears, the wisdom of the ages as you flipped through the pages of a book how often have you conjured up the vision of the writer talking to you, teaching you, humoring you and coaxing you to ope Words fail me as I seek to express what I think of Virginia Woolf Or to sum up in a few measly paragraphs, a book that may just have shattered into a million pieces all my illusions about the art of writing and reshaped my whole perspective.Have you ever imagined a disembodied voice whispering into your ears, the wisdom of the ages as you flipped through the pages of a book how often have you conjured up the vision of the writer talking to you, teaching you, humoring you and coaxing you to open your mind to newer things as you read a book Have you felt a book stop being just a book somewhere and instead appear as a beacon of enlightenment that shines down the light of knowledge upon your darkened, ignorant soul This is how profoundly A Room of One s Own affected me.I will adopt t...

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    Lock up your libraries if you like but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mindThis is a highly charged feminist essay loaded with powerful rhetoric and words that demand to be heard Virginia Woolf doesn t ask for a lot really She just wants a room of one s own Sounds simple enough but this room has far reaching implications The room is space, space to grow, learn and write Creativity is the key Far too often women didn t get the opportunityLock up your libraries if you like but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mindThis is a highly charged feminist essay loaded with powerful rhetoric and words that demand to be heard Virginia Woolf doesn t ask for a lot really She just wants a room of one s own Sounds simple enough but this room has far reaching implications The room is space, space to grow, learn and write Creativity is the key Far too often women didn t get the opportunity to express it and develop any form of artA woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fict...

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    A Room of One s Own, Virginia WoolfA Room of One s Own is an extended essay by Virginia Woolf First published on 24 October 1929, the essay was based on a series of lectures she delivered at Newnham College and Girton College, two women s colleges at Cambridge University in October 1928 While this extended essay in fact employs a fictional narrator and narrative to explore women both as writers of and characters in fiction, the manuscript for the delivery of the series of lectures, titled Wom A Room of One s Own, Virginia WoolfA Room of One s Own is an extended essay by Virginia Woolf First published on 24 October 1929, the essay was based on a ...

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    A World Of Her OwnHere then I was call me Mary Beton, Mary Seton, Mary Carmichael or by any name you please it is not a matter of importance sitting on the banks of a river a week or two ago in fine October weather, lost in thought And they all do appear, as fictional novelists Avatars of the Gauri.Of course, I didn t know they were so, and I didn t want to find out I knew Woolf was perfectly capable of inventing novelists and novels inside this small thought world she was spinning.Wha A World Of Her OwnHere then I was call me Mary Beton, Mary Seton, Mary Carmichael or by any name you please it is not a matter of importance sitting on the banks of a river a week or two ago in fine October weather, lost in thought And they all do appear, as...

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    Hace unos meses un amigo me recomend este libro, y ahora me arrepiento de no haberlo le do antes Sin lugar a dudas es una peque a joya revestida de ensayo, que te arrastra con su lenta caricia hacia el pasado, cuando la mujer viv a a la so...

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    May be if i were androgynous, had five hundred a year and a good lock on my own room, i would be able to write a truly fabulous review of this already well reviewed book It would require imagining the room ...

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