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1How does the Beadle force the narrator back onto the public path at Oxbridge?

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2What is required for an unaccompanied woman to be admitted to the library at Oxbridge?

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3What is so remarkable about the cat that appears in Chapter 1?

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4In what year, according to Mary Seton, was Fernham created?

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5What does the domed ceiling of the British Library remind the narrator of?

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6Which gender has been more extensively researched, according to the catalogue of the British Library?

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7What caused the death of the narrator's aunt and benefactor?

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8What other important event happened at the same time that the narrator learned of her inheritance?

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9What name does the narrator give to Shakespeare's sister?

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10Which of the following writers were women?

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11Which of the following best describes Woolf's principle of "incandescence" in art?

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12Who, in the narrator's estimation, compares to Shakespeare in incandescence?

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13What two elements are in conflict in the novel, according to the narrator?

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14What two narrative elements of the novel did Mary Carmichael "break"?

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15What relationship do Chloe and Olivia have in Mary Carmichael's novel?

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16What, according to the narrator, should be the effect of education on the differences between men and women?

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17What must a Mary Carmichael disclose about men if she is to fulfill her office as a writer?

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18In the last chapter, what is the city of London's feeling to the current state of fiction?

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19When does the essay take place?

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20Which novelist, writing in her own day, does Woolf say is "wholly androgynous, if not perhaps a little too much of a woman"?