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To The Lighthouse By Virginia Woolf (Paperback)

To The Lighthouse By Virginia Woolf (Paperback)

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"To the Lighthouse" beautifully captures the essence of the story and its themes. The novel indeed revolves around the Ramsay family and their experiences in their summer home on the Isle of Skye, with the lighthouse being a significant symbol throughout the narrative.

The exploration of the characters' inner lives and the complexities of human relationships, as well as the contrast between childhood desires and adult realities, are central to the novel's depth and emotional resonance. The shifting perspectives and subjectivities of the characters add layers of introspection and philosophical contemplation to the story.

The novel's division into three sections, "The Window," "Time Passes," and "The Lighthouse," highlights the passage of time and the changes that occur in the characters' lives over the years. The theme of journeys, both literal and metaphorical, further adds to the novel's richness and complexity.

"To the Lighthouse" is indeed a timeless classic that continues to captivate readers with its poetic prose, intricate characterizations, and profound exploration of the human condition. Virginia Woolf's masterful storytelling and her ability to delve into the depths of human consciousness make this novel a remarkable and enduring work of literature.
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Om Books International
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 232 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9352766873
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9352766871
Virginia Woolf, born on 25th January 1882, was a highly influential English writer of the 20th century, considered a central figure in the modernist literary movement. She is renowned for her innovative use of the stream of consciousness technique in her works, which allowed readers to delve into the inner thoughts and emotions of her characters.

In her early writing career, Woolf wrote anonymous reviews for journals but was determined to revolutionize the novel by experimenting with dreams and delirium. This led to the creation of her novel "Melymbrosia," completed in 1912, and later reworked and published as "The Voyage Out" in 1915. The novel follows the journey of a young woman on her father's ship in South America, embarking on a voyage of self-discovery.

Throughout her literary career, Woolf drew inspiration from real-life acquaintances and associates, modeling many of her characters on them. In 1924, the Woolf family moved to Bloomsbury, where Virginia developed a close relationship with the aristocratic writer Vita Sackville-West. This deep connection allowed her to confront her anxieties and overcome nervous ailments. The novel "Orlando" is partially a portrait of Vita Sackville-West.

Virginia Woolf's early life was significantly impacted by the family's summer home in St Ives, Cornwall, where she first encountered the Godrevy Lighthouse. This experience profoundly influenced her autobiographical novel "To the Lighthouse" (1927).

Among her seminal works are "Mrs. Dalloway" (1925), "Orlando" (1928), and "The Waves" (1931). Her extended essay, "A Room of One's Own" (1929), remains highly popular and influential.

Tragically, at the age of 59, Virginia Woolf drowned herself in a river in 1941. Her final work, "Between the Acts," was published posthumously later that year. Throughout her literary career, Woolf's unique narrative style and exploration of complex human emotions have left an enduring impact on literature, cementing her position as one of the most significant writers of the 20th century.

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