What Is The Primary Source Of A Room Of One's Own By Virginia Woolf

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In Virginia Woolf’s essay “A Room of One’s Own,” she states secondary sources she reads about woman are “worthless”. The secondary sources consist of books about women, written by men. This means the sources are interpretations of primary resources. Primary sources comprise of authentic narrative concerning an incident. So the secondary sources Virginia Woolf was reading were biased. She recalls the books written by men were negative indirect occasions. That being said she believes men altogether are defensive and see women as one big threat. The books written by the envious men were despising women through other’s experiences. The books argued women are inferior and there were no books about women written by a woman. Therefore the sources
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