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  1. To the Lighthouse is a 1927 novel by Virginia Woolf. The novel centres on the Ramsay family and their visits to the Isle of Skye in Scotland between 1910 and 1920. Following and extending the tradition of modernist novelists like Marcel Proust and James Joyce , the plot of To the Lighthouse is secondary to its philosophical introspection.

  2. To the Lighthouse ( Brasil: O Farol [ 1] / Portugal: Rumo ao Farol) é um romance de Virginia Woolf publicado em 5 de maio de 1927. Um marco do modernismo, o romance foca nos Ramsays e nas suas visitas à ilha de Skye, na Escócia, entre 1910 e 1920. Seguindo e ampliando a tradição dos romancistas modernistas como Marcel Proust e James Joyce ...

  3. To the Lighthouse, novel by Virginia Woolf, published in 1927. The work is one of her most successful and accessible experiments in the stream-of-consciousness style. The three sections of the book take place between 1910 and 1920 and revolve around various members of the Ramsay family during visits to their summer residence on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

  4. Semiautobigoraphy. Although the plot of To the Lighthouse shares many similarities with Woolf’s own biography (Woolf’s family rented a summerhouse on the Hebrides in view of a lighthouse, Woolf’s father could be stifling, Woolf’s mother and sister died when she was young), Woolf correctly insisted that the novel should not be read as a straightforward autobiography.

  5. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf, published in 1927, stands as a groundbreaking work of modernist literature. The novel unfolds in three parts, with the first section, “The Window,” introducing the Ramsay family and their summer on the Isle of Skye. Through the use of stream-of-consciousness techniques, Woolf delves into the characters ...

  6. Mr. Ramsay declares that he and James and Cam, one of his daughters, will journey to the lighthouse. On the morning of the voyage, delays throw him into a fit of temper. He appeals to Lily for sympathy, but, unlike Mrs. Ramsay, she is unable to provide him with what he needs. The Ramsays set off, and Lily takes her place on the lawn, determined ...

  7. To the Lighthouse was the literary equivalent to perching in the back of someone else's mind; going through their own pains and joys through the thought process. There was nothing extraordinary about her characters, they were rather conventional, nothing new, but her prose is proof of the skill in which they are written, and they could quite easily be anyone else's neighbours or friends.