A Room of One's Own essay

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Comparative analysis of A Room of One's Own.

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A Room of Ones Own, the collection of essays by writer Virginia Woolf, explores the place ofwomen in society. Woolfs thesis is that society has made no place for women, emphasizing thecomplete absence of texts authored by women in a library. This paucity requires no investigation downto the most minute of details on Woolfs behalf to justify, leaving her instead to explore the reason forsuch glaring absence. Judith Shakespeare, the fictitious sister of William, is used to draw a comparisonwithin one nation and between two time periods that identifies a similar trend. Although Wool

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