The Question and Answer section for A Room of One’s Own is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
B. Women have often been devalued and prevented from pursuing the same creative passions as men.
Woolf uses a self-conscious" rhetorical style that reminds the reader that she is in charge of the narrative; "I dare not forfeit your respect and imperil the fair name of fiction by changing the season."
In the book, A Room of One's Own, Woolf gives an historical argument that lack of money and privacy have prevented women from writing with genius in the past. Without money, women are slavishly dependent on men; without privacy, constant...