A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf

” – one cannot hope to tell the truth. One can only show how one came to hold whatever opinion one does hold. One can only give one’s audience the chance of drawing their own conclusions as they observe the limitations, the prejudices, the idiosyncrasies of the speaker.”

A gentle and humorous take on Women and Fiction, A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf makes a splendid and profound statement. It’s about understanding the divide between intellectual freedom and its expression. The brutal, and often misconstrued, truths about creativity.

Woolf’s unapologetic thoughts help you understand yourself more vividly as when you find it hard to understand others. And as you move closer to examine yourself as a writer, an artist, or a performer, it takes you an even greater distance toward the true meaning of life. And its sentiment.