Which theme of imperialist literature is echoed in A Room of Ones Own? A. It is common to devalue the importance of motherhood. B. Forced arranged marriages are acceptable in certain cultures. C. It is acceptable to label specific groups of people as inferior. D. Education should be prohibited unless it is given in English.

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The theme of imperialist literature echoed in A Room of Ones Own is that it is acceptable to label specific groups of people as inferior. Option C is correct.

A Room of One's Own is an extended essay by Virginia Woolf.

Some themes of the essay are the Importance of Money and the subjectivity of truth.

The dramatic setting of A Room of One's Own is that Woolf has been invited to lecture on the topic of Women and Fiction.

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