How Does Virginia Woolf Use Ethos In A Room Of One's Own

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In A Room of One’s Own Virginia Woolf Uses a lot of ethos and logos and pathos in the beginning of the chapter to get the reader to connect with the piece then uses strong examples to back up what she 's saying to the reader I think her strongest quality in this piece is that she has really strong examples to back up what she 's discussing in this chapter. When she/s discussing the idea of loss of history at the bottom of page 44 “History scarcely mentions her” showing exactly how she 's discussing the loss of women 's history. Immediately after that, she shows her strong examples “I turned to professor Trevelyan again to see what history meant to him. I found by looking at his chapter headings that it meant-” she then goes on to list
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