What was Virginia Woolf afraid of?
A writer who was verbally attacked reflects on the 'frump-shaming' of women and the message behind it, sent to the most accomplished of women through the ages, that they can never forget that they are, ultimately, an object to be admired, or abused.
Citation:Limburg, J. (2018) What was Virginia Woolf afraid of? (2018), Boundless, https://unbound.com/boundless/2018/08/14/what-was-virginia-woolf-afraid-of/
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