According to Woolf, why do great literary works often go unwritten?

A. Because of a lack of creativity
B. Because of a writer's need for financial security
C. Because of government restrictions on voicing opinions
D. Because of a lack of writing supplies

2 Answer

  • I just answered this. Its B (Apex)
  • Virginia Woolf gave two talks to the female students of Cambridge University in 1928. "A Room of One's Own" is a text that has become fundamental for the women's movement. Many literary works go unwritten due to the lack of financial security. The correct option is B. Additionally, in the past women did not have access to education and just men had the opportunity to publish literary works.