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1. What is the role of tradition
in the experience of a women writer? In that of writers in general?
2. What does Woolf say about
the creativity that women have always expressed in non-artistic
ways? (You might want to refer to her portrait of Mrs. Ramsay in
, especially in the section "The
Window," Chapters 17-19.)
3. What predictions does Woolf
make for women's writing in the future? How do they look from our
current vantage point?
4. Does Woolf think poems are
superior to novels? Explain.
5. Why, in Woolf's view, did
Elizabethan women not write poetry?
6. How does Woolf treat the question
of the female body? What does she mean when she says at the end
of Chapter 4 that "the book has somehow to
be adapted to the body"?
7. Woolf is careful to acknowledge
the unmeasured and immeasurable value of the labor women have traditionally done.
Yet she also projects a future in which women will have access to
all kinds of careers. Does Woolf come down in favor of one or the
other of these lifestyles? What does she take to be the pros and
cons of each?
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