A Storm of Swords

A Room of One’s Own – Analysis

Virginia Woolfs essay A Room of Ones Own is a landmark of twentieth-century feminist thought. It explores the history of women in literature through an unconventional and highly provocative investigation of the social and material conditions required for the writing of literature. These conditions—leisure time, privacy, and financial independence— underwrite all literary production, but they …

A Room of One’s Own – Analysis Read More »

A Room of One’s Own – Character List

id=”"I"”> “I”  – The fictionalized author-surrogate (“call me Mary Beton, Mary Seton, Mary Carmichael or by any name you please—it is not a matter of any importance”) whose process of reflection on the topic “women and fiction” forms the substance of the essay. The Beadle  – An Oxbridge security official who reminds the narrator that only “Fellows …

A Room of One’s Own – Character List Read More »