A Room of One's Own

A Room of One's Own - Virginia Woolf

Sometimes I think I've read all the major arguments that can be made in support of women and their intelligence and creativity, and then, of course, I read someone like Virginia Woolf and this text I should have encountered long ago. I don't agree with all her arguments as I understand them upon a first reading, but her setup is clever, her writing as always is sharp and beautiful, her voice engaging and regal and personable at the same time. I'll definitely return to this, and it's a must read for feminists, writers, and Woolf fans.