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Virginia Woolf's "A Room of One's Own" best sums up her take on the society of her time in England. Ms.
Woolf was clearly one of the earliest women writer's to speak up about how the "fair sex" was treated so much
differently than the "other" sex. "A Room of One's Own" was based on a series of lectures she gave at the
women's colleges of Cambridge University and tells about how women artists must battle for their
independence. Hence, money and a room of their own to unleash their creativity, thus leaving the nature
of women and their art an unsolved problem because they are allowed neither.
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