One of the landmark works for feminists of this century grew out of two lectures Virginia Woolf delivered at Cambridge University in 1928. Asked to speak about women and fiction, Woolf presented to her audience a highly personal discusson of the questions preoccupying her. Her far-reaching intelligence, her energy and her compassionate wit shine throughout this brilliant and inspiring work.
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