When looking at women’s literature of the 20th century,
one can easily see some of the struggles that women were still fighting
to overcome as they shared their creativity with the masses. Some of
those struggles included making their voices known in a seemingly male
Virginia Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” tackles some of the topics
that may have been considered taboo during a time when women were just
gaining their footing in society. Do you think that Woolf’s essay still
rings true in some ways, or has society come full circle when it comes to so-called gender roles?