A Room of One's Own, by Virginia Woolf

    • A second edition of Virginia Woolf’s rousing polemic which closely examines and addresses the limitations that have been put on women and their education. It asks what female writers could have achieved should they have been proffered the opportunities of their male counterparts. Woolf’s feminist classic, based on two lectures delivered at women’s colleges in 1928, remains as influential, relevant, and controversial as it was when first published.

      Teal cloth-bound hardback with gilt lettering to spine. With original dust jacket. Pp.172.