This Wordsworth edition is good one, although the print size is quite small (as the other wordsworth editions are).
With regard to "A Room of One's Own"
This is a great work of non-Fiction (it is not a novel although the voyage out is). Virginia Woolf writes on the topic "Women and Fiction", and she analyses many aspects of the problem. She has tried to establish a basic connection between the socio-economic conditions of women and their literary genius. She, very beautifully, argues that before 14th century the women were not given any education, and the attitude of society was hostile to their literary work, then how can one expect them to write?
She also observes that in literary works before 18th century (almost all of them written by men) the depiction of women in plays, poetry, novels was very different from the stark realities (the low social-economic conditions of women). Moreover women were discussed most of the times in relation to man, and they were not depicted independently. She provides that a women must have some time for herself and some fixed income to write independently. She further says that women must write not as men write, but they must have their own style. She discusses the approaches of different literary figures.
Although, I think that she stretched the relationship of literature and the politics of women inferiority to a far fetched end. Secondly, she has not even mentioned Marie Corelli in her deliberations, which shows that she herself had her own biases or inclinations. Thirdly, she argues that Rmily Bronte had more literary genius than Jane Austen, well I completely disagree there.
Moreover, She was too much engrossed in problems for women writers (which gives rise to pessimistic tendencies, and she suffered from it), and her focus on the solutions was not as emphatic as it should have been. Even in the conclusion she gives her message to females only, but she should have given even a stronger message to males because they had been the hindrances in women's literature.
Overall, a very good work, a must read by everyone, specially those interested in gender equality.
I have not read the 2nd work "The Voyage Out" till now, but I believe it is also a very good work.