On the Impossibility of a Room of One’s Own: Rethinking Virginia Woolf’s Spatial Politics

By Paromita Patranobish
The desired room in ‘A Room’ is then not just a reference to conditions of isolation and solitude required for creative work; it is more importantly a meditation on the politics of inhabitation, coexistence, and collective occupation of human geographies as concerns at the heart of feminist epistemology.