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A Room of One's Own

A Room of One's Own


by Virginia Woolf

A Room of One's Own: Symbols Quiz

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Q. What does Mary see after lunch at Oxbridge?

a movie
a cat without a tail
a shooting star
a Britney Spears show
Q. What does Mary eat at Fernham?

partridges, sole, and wine
fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn
beef, prunes, and custard
a Big Mac, fries, and a coke
Q. What does Mary do to think about Women and Fiction?

sits by the river that runs through the Oxbridge campus
climbs a weeping willow tree
takes the train back to London
visits Fiji
Q. According to Mary and Woolf, writing is best done

in the living room
on a crowded train
in a private room
at the tanning salon
Q. What does Mary's purse breed?

ten-shilling notes
fruit flies
used tissues
fountain pens