Chapter 3 Virginia Woolf

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In Chapter three Virginia Woolf has visited the British library and noticed that all the books she stumbled upon on were all male authors and absolutely no female authors. In the beginning of her excerpt she states “Imaginatively she is of the highest importance; practically she is completely insignificant”. Woolf explains that a women's thoughts imaginations is just as important and can be very expressive just like a males imaginations. Back then men thought women had no right to write or read or even have any type of work at all and only allow men to do all the working and educational opportunity while women are simply at home giving care to the children and taking care of all of the house duties. Woolf explains many would think women are

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