Virginia Woolf’s “Profession for Women”: Examining Women’s Professional Experiences

Khushbeer Dhaliwal

Abstract


Virginia Woolf’s essay “Profession for Women” is revived from her speech delivered on January 21, 1931 at the National Society for Women’s Service. It was later published in her collection of essays entitled, The Death of the Moth and Other Essays (1942). Woolf starts the essay by addressing the most important feminist question, what is a woman? And goes on to elaborate on her own experience of being a women writer; a profession which is male dominated

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