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It is in this straightforward and honest manner that Woolf writes about women and fiction.
Her writing style is fluid, beautifully and flawlessly transitions between facts, observations, thoughts and insight.
Therefore, in this book she encourages women to have a room of their own and a stable income to ensure a career.
My thirst for some cerebral literature was satiated after finishing this rather extended and comprehensive essay in the shape of a novel in just one sitting. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Sergiu Pobereznic (author)
It's a disgrace to sell such sloppily edited text. There are hundreds of typos, missing commas, even missing words. This is no way to honor such a significant work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elena Cheah
The title alone gives one pause when living in our Noah's ark, two by two culture because I think it is still a radical concept for women who are in partnerships to have a room of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elisea
Could not read her writings. Dark, depressing, and difficult to follow. I don't find it interesting, even though supposed to be classic. Not my cup of tea.Published 3 months ago by dolphinfaith63
This is very tricky review to write. Virginia Woolf is a writer of beautiful prose. She is an easy and pleasant read. This is a book about Women and fiction. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Phill Boas