The passage suggests that which of the following is true concerning Virginia Woolf's appraisal of A Vindication of the Rights of Men and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman? A. Woolf was defending Wollstonecraft's theories against attacks by nineteenth – century critics who concentrated only on Wollstonecraft's notoriety. B. Woolf favored the advances proposed by Wollstonecraft and mistakenly assumed that they had become self-evident in the twentieth century. C. Woolf miscalculated the practical effects that the advances proposed by Wollstonecraft would have on society. D. Woolf decried the loss in the twentieth-century of social progress made in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. E. Woolf was reacting against what she considered a lack of originality on Wollstonecraft's part while calling for more sweeping changes than Wollstonecraft had proposed.