It gives a fantasy element to the story, making the problem seem hypothetical.
It connects the reader emotionally with the writer's ideas.
Which part of the fictional Judith Shakespeare's story
clearly addresses the issue of women's value as humans?
What is one of the three main strategies that Woolf used in
A Room of One's Own
to help the reader understand her
What main question does Woolf ask to help guide her essay's organization?
Why didn't women fight for their right to vote earlier in history?
Why didn't women pursue careers in education to become teachers?
What were women's lives like during the Elizabethan age?
Why were women considered property during the 16th century?