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Old 08-08-2007, 08:30 PM   #1
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Woolf, Virginia: To The Lighthouse. v1. 08 Aug. 07

Here it is: Virginia Woolf's masterpiece. Woolf was an experimental writer who experimented with language and with her characters. In this book she explores the interior of her characters' lives, among other things.

Here's a quote about he plot:

"Woolf's beautiful, if somber, 1927 novel falls into three parts. First is a scene of a large, complex family on summer holiday before the Great War, their guests, their servants, their belongings, their style of life, and a postponed day trip to the distant lighthouse, longed for by the youngest child, James. The second section deals with what happened next, to them and to England, and the last reassembles some of the remaining characters at the scene of the first, for the lighthouse trip, so changed from the one once anticipated."


A note on putting this together as a Bbeb title: Each of the three parts is divided into chapter numbers. Some of the chapter numbers are quite small. With the exception of about 4 instances, each numbered part appears at the top of a screen.

However, I decided to make links only for the three main sections, and not the numerous numbered parts. I checked one version I had downloaded with another version on the net, and they appear identical.

I hope you enjoy it.

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