To the Lighthouse
Stream of consciousness fiction
From Library Staff
A story about the extraordinary to be found in the ordinary.
Woolf described this book as "easily the best of my books" and Modern Library picked it as their #15 for their "100 best English-language novels of the 20th Century." Find out why! - Sarah
Join the discussion on Dec. 18, 2014. Observed across the years at their vacation house facing the gales of the North Atlantic, Mrs. Ramsay and her family seek to recapture meaning from the flux of things and the passage of time. Woolf's great book enacts a powerful allegory of the creative consc... Read More »
With unmistakable genius the fluid and gorgeous prose carries you completely into this book. The reader becomes a spirit flitting between the minds of the novel's characters. it's about beauty, about the unpreventable tragedy of time passing, about art and people.
Observed across the years at their vacation house facing the gales of the North Atlantic, Mrs. Ramsay and her family seek to recapture meaning from the flux of things and the passage of time.
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