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Answer the following questions from this week’s reading from The Norton Reader: Virginia Woolf “In Search of a Room of One’s Own” (520-530).
1. At the beginning of her essay, Virginia Woolf wonders about the conditions in which women lived that made it difficult, if not impossible, for them to produce literature (paragraph 2). What does she reveal about those conditions in the course of her essay?
2. Throughout her essay Woolf supplies many examples of the obstacles faced by women writers. Choose two or three that you find particularly effective and explain why they are effective.
3. How does the phrase “A Room of One’s Own” suggest a solution to the problems Woolf has enumerated for women writers?
Your response should be a minimum of 150 words (in complete sentences) and is due Tuesday, September 29, by 11:59 pm.