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This is on sale because it has some underlining which I hate, but the book itself is readable and a classic and the cover is cool. In A Room of One's Own, Virginia Woolf is wandering around the university thinking about women's poverty and access to academia. She also muses about a fictional sister of Shakespeare's to make a point about access to the act of writing.