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Professions for Women Through Virginia Woolfs essay she shows how women struggle in society Due to these struggles women are held back from expressing their true selves Virginia Woolf does not accept these struggles for she feels that in order for any one person to be complete he or she has to explore who they are as an individual Professions for Women shows how a woman in society wants to explore her abilities as a woman but has many obstacles holding her back Virginia Woolf speaks through her persona in this essay by relating to her struggle as a young girl wanting to be a writer The little girl wanted to write and wanted to explore her mind by letting it sweep unchecked round every rock and cranny of the world that lies submerged in the depths of our unconscious being 19 Like a fisherman the girl wanted something which was to write and she had to try to go after it but there was many things in her way In essence the girl would never get that larger fish19 because she would always hit a rock or some boundary where her mind was not supposed to go Often this is the case for women rather than for men Due to the way society views men men are taught to go after that bigger fish and get it Woolfs inner self understand the restrictions that women have Be sympathetic be tender flatter deceive use all the arts and wiles of our sex Never let anybody guess you have a mind of your own Above all be pure 18 That inner self identifies with societies restraints of women to explore their mind and their abilities Societies views on men and women make it harder for women to go after what they want Men can just try to do something and achieve what they want Women on the other hand can try to achieve
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