So many books (you know the rest)
A Room of One's Ownby Virginia WoolfPublished in 1929 (I finished it on August 01, 2008)
It’s pretty good. I wouldn’t really call it a feminist book. Certainly, she wanted equality, but moreover, she simply wanted women to write moreor to be published more. Obviously, it’s a moot point for early history, but it did apply to the early 20th century, and likewise, the present. Still, a lot of it didn’t apply directly to me, though I do like a book that takes me to a different time and place. So, while I’m glad I read it, it’s probably not something I would read again — for fun at least.