Develop and write a 300 – 400 word analysis of “Professions for Women” by Virginia Woolf following the criteria:
- Read The Little Seagull Handbook section W-8 “Rhetorical Analyses.”
- Read “Professions for Women” by Virginia Woolf (located in the corresponding module per the syllabus schedule). The Woolf essay is the primary source, and you will refer to it using MLA in-text citations (per the MLA section of The Little Seagull Handbook) throughout your essay to help support your ideas.
- Select one of the topics below for your essay. Do not simply give your opinion or provide a summary. Though it is not required, you may find it helpful to sketch out a brief outline that includes a thesis, topic sentences, and a few details from the Woolf piece before you start writing a draft. This way, you can organize your thoughts before you get too far into the writing process.
a) How is Woolf’s speech a feminist argument?
b) How does Woolf’s murder of the angel represent the push against domestic restrictions placed on women?
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