Give Your Room The Slip. / Williams, Eley.

A Room of My Own. Royal Society of Literature, 2019. p. 22.

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Give Your Room The Slip. / Williams, Eley.

A Room of My Own. Royal Society of Literature, 2019. p. 22.

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Williams, E 2019, Give Your Room The Slip. in A Room of My Own. Royal Society of Literature, pp. 22.

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Williams, E. (2019). Give Your Room The Slip. In A Room of My Own (pp. 22). Royal Society of Literature.

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Williams E. Give Your Room The Slip. In A Room of My Own. Royal Society of Literature. 2019. p. 22

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Williams, Eley. / Give Your Room The Slip. A Room of My Own. Royal Society of Literature, 2019. pp. 22

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note = "From the Foreword: 'In A Room of My Own, the Royal Society of Literature has collected new essays from seven Fellows, reflecting on the material conditions of their own writing lives – what helped them starting out and what complicated their early careers – and considering what might support more people everywhere to have the chance of a life in words. These writers show us what such a life looks like, and explore the importance of public libraries, encouragement at the right moment, a writing desk or lack of one, money and a room of one{\textquoteright}s own in getting there. Their responses draw on their own lives, and place Woolf{\textquoteright}s essay in the cacophony of life lived with Twitter and Instagram, email and texting. These writers give us their experiences and urge other writers starting out to interrogate convention, and to write beyond the expectations and dictations of others. Woolf wrote, “There is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” Across the seven essays here, it is freedom – of mind and opportunity – beyond all things, that is held essential for the writer.'",
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