A Room of One's Own

In a room of ones own, in what ways does the description of Orlando's thoughts as she realizes what it means to be a woman help you to understand Woolf's points about the androgynous mind?

By virginia Woolf

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If you need further help here.......... would it be possible for you to let me know what chapter or pages you're trying to analyze. I haven't read this in FOREVER!

Hi, and thanks for responding, I do not have the book that is why I was asking the question. It is for an English assignment and my book was delayed getting here in the mail and I was hoping to be able to get full credit with some help from the internet but it looks like I will have to take half credit. Thanks any way for taking the time to post

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