A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf

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What are some of the more important aspects of "A Room of One's Own" written by Virginia Woolf?  

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I would say that some of the most important aspects of Woolf's work would center on the idea that there can be multiple interpretations on truth.  The idea of reconfiguring history and literature through a gender related lens was radical for its time period.  The common assumption of multiple angles of perception, as well as the validation of narrative, voice, and experience become critically important in Woolf's work.  The aspect of being able to define a "room of one's own" for women away from the socially constructed definition of gender is not only remarkable in its assertion for the...

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