Virginia Woolf argues in her text “Shakespeare’s Sister”, women are not given autonomy over even their most basic rights to their own bodies. What are the consequences, physically, mentally, and emotionally, of this lack of autonomy? Final synthesis: 4.5-5 pages, double-spaced, 12 point font, MLA-style formatting • Essay MUST use at least two texts; one MUST be a text that we used as a whole class, and the second MUST be a text you have done on your own. For the second source, you may either consult the recommended list of sources (on Canvas) OR you may find a second source independently. • Source integration may take the form of direct quotes, summary and/or paraphrasing. Sources should be used to support the writer’s ideas, not as a substitute for the writer’s own argument (ie: over summarizing, overly-long quotes, etc). Sources should be integrated throughout the essay, not simply used in one paragraph. PROMPT: 1) As Virginia Woolf argues in her text “Shakespeare’s Sister”, women are not given autonomy over even their most basic rights to their own bodies. What are the consequences, physically, mentally, and emotionally, of this lack of autonomy? Teacher is big on this (Please have direct quotes and examples throughout my essays as many as you can Thank You!!!)

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