FEMINISM IN VIRGINIA WOOLF’S A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN
A Room of One's Own is a broad article which depends extensively on two addresses given by Woolf at Newnham and Girton Colleges, Cambridge, in 1928. The focal message that it conveys continues in this manner; 'a lady must have cash and her very own room on the off chance that she is to compose fiction.' She additionally conveys to the front the contrasts among male and female composition. Boss among them is the way that men had the benefit of college training while most ladies were denied it. She likewise attracts regard for consistent nearness of ladies as characters in the fiction composed by men and their prohibition as essayists.
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