Criticism/Theory Bootleg Softcover 131 pages 23 x 15 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 12 ORDER

Virginia Woolf, Three Guineas, 2014

Three Guineas (originally published in 1938) is a fundamental text by Virginia Woolf, the penultimate published in her lifetime and one of the most clearly engaged. An epistolary fiction through which starts with a question addressed to a woman on the eve of WW2 – in your opinion, how could one prevent the war? What weapons are available for women in such times? Looking for an answer, Woolf redrafts an territory of public action specifically feminin and draws up a formidable critic of the patriarchal society, against which she opposes a society of outsiders, composed of individuals whom history and identity was constructed in the shadow of the dominating value system. 

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