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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: Themes (For the Most Part) Quiz

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Q. What brought about the most profound change in Mary Beton's life?


getting the right to vote
meeting Justin Bieber
inheriting money
moving to London
Q. What is a fact of life for female writers?


interruptions
poverty
motherhood
pimples
Q. Mary Beton says the England of her time is what?


an oligarchy
a matriarchy
an anarchist commune
a patriarchy
Q. : According to Mary Beton, critics think books about women's lives are less important than books about


Formula 1 racing
war
manscaping
politics
Q. What do writers need to write well?


a really good pen
money and their own room
supportive friends
servants
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