Writing Beyond the “Feminine Note”: Virginia Woolf on Women and Fiction
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Writing Beyond the “Feminine Note”: Virginia Woolf on Women and Fiction

Addressing the topic “women and fiction” in her essay entitled A Room of One’s Own, Virginia Woolf often seems to go off on a tangent, using different writing styles and delaying her point into her ‘stream of consciousness’. In a sense, one could say that she tries to fathom the subject through a writing experience that reaches beyond the intellectual grasp of the issue. Continue reading

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