A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf

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The previous post did a very nice job in articulating the meaning of the title of Woolf's work.  At the same time, the implications of "having a room of one's own" is quite profound.  At some level, all groups that have experienced social marginalization have stressed this idea as being elemental to rectifying the wrong of the silence of voices.  Groups or individuals who face a level of isolation can only become an effective part of the social order and acknowledged when they are able to reclaim their own sense of identity, in a sense, grasp and enter a...

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