A Room of One's Own
A Room Of One'S Own Grew Out Of A Lecture That She Delivered In Cambridge In 1928. Ranging Over Jane Austen And Charlotte Bronte And Why Neither Of Them Could Have Written War And Peace, Over The Silent Fate Of Shakespeare'S Gifted And Imaginary Sister, Over The Effects Of Poverty And Chastity. This Book Provides One Of The Great Feminist Polemics In The 70 Years. In Fighting For Equal Rights And Opportunities, She Viewed Feminine And Masculine Traits As A Result Of Social Conditioning And Emphasised That Men Who Stressed Differences Were Merely Arguing For Male Supremacy.
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