A Room Of One's Own Analysis

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Definitely Virginia Woolf in her novel A Room of One’s Own uses multiple literary strategies and devices, with the purpose of making a more fluid and cohesive text, and creating certain empathy with the reader. For this purpose, she through different mechanisms and perspectives from different women, tries to make an emphasis on the harsh circumstances and situation that women lived in the 1800’s in the United Kingdom. Thus, Woolf analyzes deeply the English society. Undobtedly, the essay (story) that she is requested to write by certain group is a ‘door’ for Virginia Woolf be able to explain and express her perspective about the way women’s rights and abilities were oppressed by a society ruled by men. As a result, arts such as literature…show more content…
Through this tone the reader would comprehend the story on a way that would persuade him to believe that women faces critical hardships. ‘‘All I could do was to offer you an opinion upon one minor point-a woman must have money and a room of her own if she if to write fiction; …leaves the great problem of the true nature of woman and the true nature of fiction unsolved. I have shirked that duty of coming to a conclusion upon these two question-women and fiction remain, …unsolved problems.’’ This citation shows a modest tone by which the story is narrated, due to the fact that Woolf is trying to sound humble through stating that her opinion is a minor point. Even though truly for her is not a minor point because everything on her essay is essential for understanding how she got to her opinion. Her opinion is that the nature of women and fiction are so complex that are issues that would remain unsolved. The citation contributes to the author’s pathos because it emotionally appeals to the reader through its modest and humble tone. However, it causes the reader to have a different image about the author Virginia Woolf and her analysis about the different conclusions based on her studies and examinations, among the unsolved nature of fiction and women. A Room of One’s Own written by Virginia Woolf analytically exposes the crucial position of women in the 1800’s at British Society. Woolf uses numerous mechanisms, such as the tone, the exaggerated mode (hyperboles) and the vivid descriptions (imagery) that make, from her feminist perspective the story even more authentic and tangible. In conclusion, despite in the 1800’s on Great Britain the great inequalities among both genders, Woolf wanted to prove the reader the significance of women in

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