It is necessary to have five hundred a year and a room with a lock on the door if you are to write fiction or poetry (Woolf, A Room of Ones Own, p. 103). Through explaining the materialist and gender related aspects of Woolfs argument of 1928, assess whether this argument remains relevant for women and for womens writing today.

It is necessary to have five hundred a year and a room with a lock on the door if you are to write fiction or poetry (Woolf, A Room of Ones Own, p. 103).

Through explaining the materialist and gender related aspects of Woolfs argument of 1928, assess whether this argument remains relevant for women and for womens writing today.

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