Virginia Woolf: Elizabethan tombstones

Posted by Ann Evans in feminism, feminism, Virginia Woolf quotes, women, women's liberation | 0 comments

“That one would find any woman in that state of mind in the sixteenth century was obviously impossible. One has only to think of the Elizabethan tombstones with all those children kneeling with clasped hands, and their early deaths; and to see their houses with their dark, cramped rooms, to realise that no woman could have written poetry then.”

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