A Room of One’s Own

Virginia Woolf
Illustrated by Vanessa Bell

Never out of print since first published in 1929, this sparkling discussion of women’s status and independence still retains a pivotal place in the Western canon.

‘Intellectual freedom depends on material things. Poetry depends on intellectual freedom. And women have always been poor, not for two hundred years merely, but from the beginning of time.’

Arguably the most famous of Virginia Woolf’s many celebrated works, A Room of One’s Own has never been out of print since its first publication in 1929 by the Woolfs’ own Hogarth Press. Occupying a central place in the Western canon, Woolf’s influential and highly original masterpiece remains as powerful and captivating as when first written.

Bound in printed cloth

Set in Baskerville

192 pages

Frontispiece and 5 black & white illustrations

Printed endpapers

Printed slipcase

˝ x 5½˝

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