A Room of One’s Own

by: Virginia Woolf

Summary Quick Quiz

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In addition to the titular room, what does Woolf’s thesis identify as a requirement for a woman writing fiction?

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Which of the following names does Woolf advance as a moniker for Room’s imaginary narrator?

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Where does the narrator of A Room of One’s Own begin her investigation of women’s writing?

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Where does the A Room of One’s Own narrator peruse the scholarship on women, all of which is male-authored?

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The narrator of A Room of One’s invents a sister for this famous playwright to illustrate the tragic history of intelligent women.