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A Room of One's Own

Summary: Provides a monologue describing the theme of Virginia Woolf's "A Room of One's Own."
It is necessary to have five hundred pounds a year and a room of one's own if you are to write fiction or poetry. Yes, we can name dozens of great writers blessed to the male sex but what about women and fiction? Why have women throughout the ages not written great works of literature as Shakespeare had? Here lies the dilemma of our society, within the question of supremacy of the sexes. Why have men been able to have successful careers, prosperous homes and also been able to create in the field of literature and art while women have been kept as wives, housekeepers, and trapped in their own homes bombarded with responsibilities, some never asked for? Instead of making money, a woman has children; instead of being educated a woman becomes a wife and mother. Men have had the means to commit themselves to other subjects...

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