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For centuries women have sought out to endow oneself and society to implode fiction to create clearinghouses of ideas without the interference of man Alas the glass ceiling is broke the door unlocked In A Room of Ones Own Virginia Woolf skillfully using the technique of stream of consciousness discusses the problems of women writers The journey she reveals illuminates our own journeys Through the powerful use of stylistic techniques Woolf illustrates insightful views towards male superiority feminism and liberation as well as the historic barriers that prevented women from pursuing writing careers Woolf expresses these views in a convincing symbolic and poetic manner Her wit and well-informed optimism bars against stupidity and prejudice Virginia Woolf takes one on an erudite walk through a conversational novel that is lively and enlightening Male superiority is a profound psychological and physical hindrance to the prevalence of women Historically women were mentally morally and physically inferior to men Woolf carefully demonstrates this through a poetic prose composed by Lady Winchilsea How are we fallen Fallen by mistaken rules and educations more than Natures fools debarred from all improvements of the mind and to be dull expected and designed and if someone would soar above the rest with warmer fancy and ambition pressed so strong the opposing faction still appearsMy lines decried and my employment thought an useless folly or presumptuous fault Woolf A Room of Ones Own 59 Woolf clearly describes the injustice towards women She also uses this idea of inferiority within the following symbolic passage the sort of fish that a good fisherman puts back into the water so that it may grow fatter and be one day worth cooking and eating Woolf A Room 7 Convincingly Woolf shows that once women are freed from male superiority women can then begin to enjoy the benefits men have experienced for centuries Again she describes how women are inferior through the allusion of
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