In virginia woolf's essay "a room of one's own," she creates a fictional sister of william shakespeare, whom she names "judith." what challenges does woolf claim this character would have experienced in her lifetime? why does woolf believe that elizabethan women did not write?
IN 'A room of one's own"b y Virginia Wolf, she creates Judith, a fictional character whom she says would have experienced the following challenges in her lifetime such as not being allowed to attend grammar school.
Wolf paints a grim picture of the challenges Judith would have faced such as not being allowed to go to school but instead she will be told to tend to the 'womanly' duties which Elizabeth women are known for. She would be told not to concern herself with books or destroy her writings to avoid disappointing her father. and she could not have learned the "elements of grammar and logic"
Wolf believes that Elizabeth women did not write because they were not allowed to attend grammar school which could have helped them to learn the 'elements of grammar and logic'.
moon-letters were a method of writing invented by the dwarves. moon-letters were ordinary runes, but written in such a way that they could only be read when the light of the moon shone behind the writing. some moon-letters could be read by any moonlight, but it was possible to make the writing even more secret. more sophisticated moon-letters could only be read by the light of the same shape of moon, or at the same time of year, as when they were written. hope this !
i would say the correct answer is not concrete.