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"Women, then, have not had a dog's chance of writing poetry. That is why I have laid so much stress on money and a room of one's own." – Virginia Woolf An avant garde who was far ahead of her times, Virginia Woolf introduced an entire movement of thought and of course highlighted the stream of consciousness technique. These works also highlighted feminism, bipolar disorder, post- traumatic stress disorder, and existentialism. A Room of One&rsqu...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
All it really takes to hook a person to a good book, is the opening line. Though they are stand alone sentences, they lure and entice (sometimes quite literally) the readers to discover more.      I recently happened to glance at the opening passage of Gary Shteyngart’s forthcoming novel, Super Sad True Love Story and it read,  “Today I’ve made a major decision: I am never going to die. Others will die around me. They will be ...
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“A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction”. Virginia Woolf   Thus spoke Virginia Woolf in A Room of One’s Own; avant-garde, writer, woman and feminist, she was way ahead of her times. What gave birth to the book was a collection of lectures that she delivered at Cambridge University in 1928. This book throws light on several issues such as sex discrimination, lesbianism, right to women’s education and financ...
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    "A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction."  - Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own Clichéd but true, Virginia Woolf was way ahead of her times. Synonymous with her writings like A Room of One's Own, Mrs Dalloway, Orlando, To the Lighthouse, Between the Acts, The Years, Night and Day, The Waves, The Years, Kew Gardens, Monday or Tuesday, and Haunted House and Other Stories, she is supposedly the most ...
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