A cell of one's own

María Donapetry


Virginia Woolf's essay A Room of One's Own enunciated the needs and thoughts that had occupied the minds of women for a long time. I used the title of her essay form my own, changing "room" to "cell" and accepting the accidental ambiguity of this word in both Spanish an English. A cell can be a room in a prison, but the cell I am referring to is quite the opposite; it is a room that many women chose not as a punishment but as a place to liberate their souls, to give wings to their spiritual life, and, sometimes, to write.

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