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A Room of One’s Own (pp. 3-81) Numbers in red refer to new edition. Where there are no red numbers, the black numbers should correspond more or less. 1. Economic foundation of culture (pp. 9-10) a. Marx: “The mode of production of material life conditions the social, political and intellectual life process in general.” b. Gender division as class division c. Stomach first—then art (18) 2. Women’s labor and women’s wealth (22-24) a. Incommensurable labor (40) 3. Men writing on women a. Submerged truth (31-32) b. Women’s anger and the anger of men (32-33) i. Anger and power (34) c. Patriarchy = economic structure of power (33) d. Women as looking-glasses (35-36)
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Vote or money? (37) 5. Middle-class perspective (47/ 45 ) 6. Judith Shakespeare: historical class perspective (50/ 48-49 ) 7. Womens writing and Nietzschean ressentiment (51-52/ 50 ) a. Lady Winchelsea (b. 1661) (63/ 60 ) b. Dorothy Osbourne (1627-1695) and her letters (66/ 63 ) c. Aphra Behn (1640-1689) and money (67-68/ 64-65 ) d. Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855) (71-73/ 68-69 ) 8. The social ground (experience of the mass) of authorship (single voice) (68-69/ 65 ) 9. Prose and fiction vs. poetry? (69-70/ 66 ) 10. Thinking through mothers and a womans sentence (79-80/ 76-77 )...
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