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A Room of One’s Own vs. A Simple Poem for Virginia Woolf

3 pages | 650 words

This essay compares and contrasts Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own with Bronwen Wallace's A Simple Poem for Virginia Woolf. Both texts are feminist in nature, arguing that women must have the same opportunities as men to write and be published. However, while Woolf's essay is set in an idealized version of the past, Wallace's poem is set in the contemporary world. This allows Wallace to address the ways in which women are still disadvantaged by a patriarchal society, and to argue for the need to change the social and material conditions under which women live and work.

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The Saatchi Gallery: A World-Famous Collection of Contemporary Art

2 pages | 350 words

The Saatchi Gallery is a world-famous collection of contemporary art, located in the heart of London. The gallery was founded by Charles Saatchi in 1985, and has since become one of the most important voices in the international art world.

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