VIRGINIA WOOLF'S WOMEN AND FICTION NOTES

VIRGINIA WOOLF'S WOMEN AND FICTION NOTES - writes fiction...

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Tayler O’Dea Woman’s Lit Virgina Woolf - English Modern Writer that wrote with stream of consciousness. During this modern period, it was a time of the genius and art. - Heagle - she spoke of his Master Slave theory - the master and the slave need on another in order to exist. Same with men and woman -Leads to sexism and demeaning of woman whom are now thought of as the Other Woman and Fiction - Woman defined as concrete. -“To understand woman, you must understand all woman and what they have to bare.” -idea of extraordinary woman depends on ordinary woman Fiction - woman write things that are consumable and fiction are one of these. Woman
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Unformatted text preview: writes fiction because they are aloof and ordinarily consumable and men write long lasting difficult poetry. -But woman will write fewer novels but better novels- woman will be too busy doing other things.-We must know the constraints of people to understand people or Woolf. Unstructured organized minds means thinking out of the box and during this time, society looked down upon. Thus Woolf was looked down upon.-Advocates three things- 1) Time, 2) Money equaling own room and leisure, 3) knowledge.-2 conditions to write 1) Money 2) Leisure...
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