A Room of One’s Own

by: Virginia Woolf

Chapter 6 Quick Quiz

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In her final chapter, the narrator describes looking over a city which is indifferent to “the death” of ___.

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In the final chapter, what city does the narrator awake and observe?

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What does the narrator note an “extraordinary desire” for in the work of contemporary male writers, e.g. Mr. A?

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As Woolf takes over for her narrator, what does she anticipate criticism for overemphasizing the importance of?

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As Woolf takes over for her narrator, what does she lament that women have been “from the beginning of time”?