To the Lighthouse
With an Introduction and Notes by Dr Nicola Bradbury, University of Reading.
This simple and haunting story captures the transcience of life and its surrounding emotions.
To the Lighthouse is the most autobiographical of Virginia Woolf's novels. It is based on her own early experiences, and while it touches on childhood and children's perceptions and desires, it is at its most trenchant when exploring adult relationships, marriage and the changing class-structure in the period spanning the Great War.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Dreesie - LibraryThing
Typical Woolf. Long sentences. Inner dialogues showing way too much overthinking. Way too much detail over little nothings. Tiring. Nothing exactly happens in the the book. Things happen between ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - electrascaife - LibraryThing
I had close to the same feeling about these characters as I had to the ones in The Age of Innocence, which is to say, close to none. The writing here, however, was much better, as it seems to me, so there's that. Read full review