A Room of One's Own: Parade of Books #22 LbNA # 57967
|Owner||Sunny Side Up |
|Placed Date||May 25 2011|
|Found By||??? |
|Last Update||Jun 25 2011 |
This powerful book by Virginia Woolf is one of only two “textbooks” I still have from my college days. The central concept I remember from this book is that if Shakepeare would have been a woman, she would have gone insane from not being free to express her ideas, her gifts. One key to freedom for a female Shakepeare is having A Room of One’s Own.
Head to mile marker ten, then take the trail at sixty degrees. When you come to a side trail going south, take it for 56 steps (or 49 steps past a square post with a spike on its back side) to three logs that lay just to the east of your trail.
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