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A Room of One's Own: Women in the Age of Shakespeare

Summary: Explores Virginia Wolf's "A Room of One's Own." Describes how during Shakespeare's time, women who were gifted and imaginative were not given the chance to develop their skills to become better in their craft. Considers how in the novel, Virginia Woolf demonstrates this with Judith Shakespeare, Shakespeare's talented sister.
In the history pages, women are often depicted as meek, obedient, and vapid creatures who stand behind their husbands. Their biggest role is usually one as wife or sister, hardly ever straying to be different. Occasionally, there are some exceptions. Women who have a mind of their own and wish to make it above the role of spouse have a lot of obstacles to challenge and defeat. The discriminations set forth against women have made it difficult for the them to accomplish their goals and dreams to become something other than that of a wife. Virginia Woolf's "A Room of One's Own" articulates that: ."...it would have been impossible, completely and entirely, for any woman to have written the plays of Shakespeare in the age of Shakespeare." The female race are denied from pursuing their writing careers due to the obstructions they face in society and the lack...

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