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Although there is a lot of prose on the pages, I found that in the end I knew very little about the major characters.
A short time afterwards, only a few days, really, he reflected on his experience of reading "To the Lighthouse" as an audio book.
Woolf has a great insight and beautifully descriptive and engaging way of writing about thought as dramatic and intimate.
There are pieces of this book that I highlighted because the writing was so incredible and she described feelings that I never had words for..Published 12 days ago by kate callahan
Virgina Woolf writes in a style that makes one pay close attention to every subtlety, nuance, and detail. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen
I don't usually like modernism, but I liked To The Lighthouse. It is written almost entirely using the personal thoughts of the several characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Savoir Faire
The visions are vague - the neurotic is working so goo you can't find where you actually are. I figured out that's the way Woolf wrote.Published 2 months ago by HP
Beautiful book. Love Mrs. Ramsey, Love the flawed Mr. Ramsey. Love everything about this book, except that it ended. If you love fine literature, read this.Published 2 months ago by lori levine
Beautifully written. Difficult to read--it makes you stop and think, but Woolf gets into people's thoughts in a stream of consciousness style that is brilliant.Published 2 months ago by Irma Gurman
It's of course a great modernist novel. The edition contains missing words at a passage. (For example, first paragraph of section 7, Part 2). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mario T
The novel had an interesting style of revisiting characters over time, all through the event of going to visit the lighthouse. I did like it very much.Published 2 months ago by J. F. -Lackey
Trying to catch up on those "books" I missed over the years, I opted for this one from Virginia Woolf as a part of an online course. What a delightful surprise! Read morePublished 2 months ago by SinDe