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 - ToddSherman - LibraryThing
Took me a while to finally get around to reading a Virginia Woolf book. Not sure why. Maybe it was her trashing of James Joyce ("the book of a self-taught working man, and we all know how distressing ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wagner.sarah35 - LibraryThing
I have mixed feelings about this book. On one hand, I found it frustrating to read, as little actually occurred in the book, with the content made up almost entirely of the leisurely musings of the ... Read full review