The Voice of Women’s: Virginia Woolf

Have you ever researched or thought about the conditions under which women used tol ive for years

ago? From my research, it seems really hard. In fact Virginia Woolf has been the voice of all these victims. Woolf, never looked through a single window , from a single body or a single idea. She made her voice heard all over the world with her writings as a “woman”. She lived her life fighting until her last breath on behalf of her values and all the “women of the world”. Based on this idea, she said this: “As a woman I have no country. As a woman I want no country. As a woman, my country is the whole world.” Let us get back to the point after we talk a little bit about Virginia Woolf’s life.

Virginia Woolf, original name in full Adeline Virginia Stephen. She born in 25th january 1882, London, England. While she is best known for her novels, Woolf also wrote pioneering essays on artistic theory, especially women’s writing. Her best known book is Mrs Dalloway.

Yes, what I find most attractive about this woman is that she defends women like her life. “The mindset that can not stand the presence of women; of course he is againist her writing, reading, and thinking.” expresses an awareness Woolf. Yes. That is exactly why women should go out of their way not to think “What others say?”, they should listen to their own heart, not because of others’ empty talk. So everyone should pay attention to Woolf’s “The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages.” words.

In short we need to follow Virginia Woolf’s example and look for our rights no matter how hard we are. We must not forget that the strong and the one with authority survive!

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