A PAINTING IN THE NATIONAL GALLERY
Flowers and weeds together spill,
Careless and drizzly, down the hill
In a long back garden that’s anywhere
Outside London. I am living there
Beside the window, no longer ...
Perhaps the best-known literary feminist cri de coeur is Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own (1929), which lamented women’s dependent state and projected that female writers, granted education, personal ...