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To the Lighthouse | Virginia Woolf
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Susanita
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1. Skye
2. Tagged book plus several others for mood reading
#two4tuesday

Susanita So I was scrolling through Facebook and came upon validation of my choice. https://www.facebook.com/groups/VisitScotland/permalink/1516314758817412/ 4w
TheSpineView Skype is high on my list of places to go. Thanks for playing 4w
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loz1327
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"Did Nature supplement what man advanced? Did she complete what he began?"

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zezeki
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I somehow managed to resist the urge to buy this one. 😅📚📚

IuliaC Such a beautiful cover and book! 3mo
zezeki @IuliaC I own a different edition of this book, I feel like this summer I should give it a reread. 3mo
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BeckyWithTheGoodBooks
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My list for July‘s #bookspin! I would be happy to read any of these picks, so looking forward to seeing what is in store this month!

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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TheKidUpstairs
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#OnThisDay in 1927 Virginia Woolf published her follow up to Mrs Dalloway, To The Lighthouse. Woolf began writing To the Lighthouse partly as a way of understanding and dealing with unresolved issues concerning both her parents. Published through her own house, Hogarth Press, and with a cover designed by her sister Vanessa Bell, the book outsold all her previous novels and the proceeds allowed the Woolfs to buy their first car. #HistoryGetsLIT

Megabooks I really love reading these everyday! Thank you! 5mo
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abookdragonsretreat
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Lately I've been reading so many classics, and I knew I wanted to read this book. The writing was as you might expect, though I could understand it and found it rather descriptive I found myself finding different quotes that resonated with me, particularly ones that described my favourite characters, Mr and Mrs Ramsay. The characters relationships were well developed and I really loved the philosophical side of the story.

IuliaC A beautiful classic 5mo
lynneamch Not more than an hour before seeing your post, I listened to Leslie mention how To the Lighthouse taught him to appreciate stream of consciousness writing. His is a sweet memoir 5mo
abookdragonsretreat @lynneamch What a lovely coincidence! ❤ 5mo
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LindaLappin
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The beginning is a classic family drama. The middle is a symphony in prose. The ending is a metaphysical triumph

Leftcoastzen Lovely review! 7mo
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Kaag
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To the Lighthouse is the quietest novel I have ever read. I don‘t entirely know what that means but I know it to be true. It is a novel of observation. Characters rarely speak to each other and when they do we hear of it through the eyes of a third party. Oftentimes it is simply communication without words, words somehow feeling inadequate. It‘s a novel you‘ll want to flip open to a random page and savor each and every word.

LindaLappin I love the central part, Time Passing, as the house creaks and ages, and life unfolds elsewhere -- and of course the very last line, which has resonated in my mind for years! 7mo
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Rachel.Rencher
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I've never read Virginia Woolf, so I'm excited to finally do so! The seniors at my school are assigned this text which makes me feel a little behind the curve as they ask me questions that I can't answer. (I teach freshmen, but I get a lot of seniors in my study hall period.)

What other books by Virginia Woolf should I seek out?

Ruthiella Other than To the Lighthouse, I‘ve only read 9mo
IndoorDame I loved The Waves 9mo
Branwen Mrs Dalloway, for sure! ❤ Orlando is also super good! 9mo
Teresereading Mrs Dalloway! And I want to read A Room of One‘s Own next! 9mo
LindaLappin Her fiction is magnificent -- Mrs. Dalloway, The Waves, Jacob's Room -- and her diary is fascinating. You can follow so much of her creative process by reading her diary. there's a one volume collection of entries dedicated to writing: “A Writer's Diary,“ Another absolutely fabulous book is her Moments of Being -- which includes an exquisite childhood memoir set in the area where To the Lighthouse takes place 7mo
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Rachel.Rencher
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Ending the year with two stories that I've been meaning to get to for a while now. 🤓

What's your last book of 2021?

CuriousG Working on The God of Small Things. Not sure if I'll be able to finish before 2022 hits though. 9mo
LindaLappin wonderful reads for the year's end. So antithetical and yet ... 7mo
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TH3F4LC0N
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My first Virginia Woolf book! 🥳 This was...stunning. One of the best books I‘ve read this year. I was worried that it might be kinda hard to read or something, but I was happy to find that it was actually very readable. The writing was gorgeous, the characters were excellent, and its philosophical insights were very profound. Woolf really knew how to draw the transcendent from the mundane. One of my first exposures to Modernism, and it was great!

batsy "to draw the transcendent from the mundane"... Beautifully put. I love this book ? 10mo
TH3F4LC0N I love it too now! 😀 I also bought a copy of Mrs. Dalloway at the same time I bought To the Lighthouse, so I‘m actually really excited to see what that book‘s like! 10mo
LindaLappin I agree -- I love the beginning line & the conclusion especially -- and the way time unfolds in the middle section... 7mo
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Hamlet
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In a quiet summer-home setting, Woolf paints a portrait of inner character and relationship dynamics through the language of thought. Sublime work! How can distinct, limited persons find unity, love, & buried purpose? Woolf shows the way in her greatest novel. The “Time Passes” section is daring and transcendent. The portrait of a struggling artist moves me with its truth. This is one of my very favorite books: kind, trenchant, artful, beautiful.

IuliaC I read this one many years ago on a vacation by the sea and I remember I enjoyed it very much 👍 10mo
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“Told from multiple viewpoints, To The Lighthouse gives unprecedented insight into the minds of the characters, as well as telling a broader story of personal and social change in the world after the World War I. To The Lighthouse is a landmark work of English fiction. Virginia Woolf explores perception and meaning in some of the most beautiful prose ever written.”

Yes, the writing is exquisite but I had a hard time getting into the story. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Shemac77
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Mehso-so

Beautifully written but too prosey for my liking.

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Shemac77
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Reading at work whenever I can

WJCintron This bee is beautiful!! 😍 13mo
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Leftcoastzen
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#JulyJourneys #Lighthouse But of course!

plemmdog Difficult but amazing! I‘ll be curious to see what you think about the middle section 1y
Leftcoastzen @plemmdog I read it years ago , due for a reread. 1y
Eggs Cover Love 🖤❤️🖤 1y
Leftcoastzen @Eggs you may already know , Virginia‘s original covers (like this one) were designed by her sister, Vanessa Bell 1y
Eggs No I did not know! @Leftcoastzen 1y
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Mitch
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Thank you so much @UwannaPublishme for my new favourite bookmark. Brings back very happy memories. 😍 #litsylove

Tove_Reads Gorgeous! 1y
tracey38 Love it! It says "take me away" to me. ? 1y
UwannaPublishme 🤗🤗🤗 Whenever I see a lighthouse, I think about you and your adventures living there. 1y
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sarahljensen
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I can't say how I got this far without having read this, but I have read it now. It's as excellent as everyone says it is, and nothing happens, as everyone also says. I'm still reading through her diary slowly in between other books. That's a slow read because I want it to be. I'm not looking forward to that one ending.

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CuriousG
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I'm posting one book per day from the ever growing unread stacks in my personal library. No description or explanation, just books I own and plan to read. #tbr

Day 44

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Cazxxx
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🎧 Well I must say I‘m really enjoying this as an audiobook 🎧

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truthinfiction
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Soul You reading the book.... woowwww.....I am craving to read any Virginia Woolf work... please do tell after reading, how it was?! 2y
truthinfiction @Soul Certainly. It's slow work, though. 2y
Libby1 I loved Between the Acts. 1y
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ale.giannoccolo
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Mehso-so

A discapito del suo fine, il faro non fa che oscurare ancora di più i pensieri di tutti i personaggi che prendono le distanze uno dall‘altro inesorabilmente. I flussi di coscienza di ciascuno hanno un motivo musicale di fondo comune, ma ogni componente della famiglia sceglie l‘intensità che gli è più consona, affina il tono al proprio timbro, allunga o rallenta il tempo del brano a seconda della bassa o alta marea dei suoi pensieri. #virginiawoolf

ale.giannoccolo Ti ringrazio! @Milara 2y
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emilyhaldi
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I picked this up earlier this year but it just did not click with me at all. Now I am absolutely loving it and can‘t put it down! Might end up in my favorite 20 books of 2020... thanks to Jennifer @Jas16 for sending this to me gosh, 3 years ago?! ☺️

Jas16 It is so funny how that happens. Picking up a book at the right time can make all the difference. So glad you are enjoying it. 2y
Reviewsbylola Beautiful pic 😍 I‘ve been scared of this one. 2y
Shmemilina The same thing happened to me with this one! 2y
SamAnne Such a great, groundbreaking novel. But it can take a bit to get into it. 2y
emilyhaldi I really don‘t think you would like it 😂 @Reviewsbylola but #newyearwhodis may be your chance to find out!!! 2y
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sleepy.ash87
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I just finished it again. I breathe for this existential, psychological immersion! Who else loves Virginia Woolf? Any suggestions beyond 'Mrs. Dalloway?'

SamAnne I love Woolf and had been planning a readalong of her books this winter. I loved To the Light House and Orlando! 2y
sleepy.ash87 @SamAnne 'Orlando' looks amazing! It will definitely be my next Woolf novel. Thank you for the recommendation! 2y
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KendallHershey
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I have the cutest reading buddy! #dogsoflitsy

Darklunarose You sure do! What is your buddy‘s name? 2y
Velvetfur Aaawww! 🐶 2y
GinaKButler What a cutie! 2y
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Gissy Yes! What is your buddy's name? So cute! 🐶❤️❤️❤️ 2y
KendallHershey @Darklunarose @Gissy her name is Jet 🥰 2y
Darklunarose @KendallHershey Jet is just beautiful! 2y
daisyheadmaesie Look at those eaarss! 😭😩♥️ 2y
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sleepy.ash87
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"No, she thought, putting together some of the pictures he had cut out - a refrigerator, a mowing machine, a gentleman in evening dress - children never forget." (p. 62)

I love the themes of motherhood I am noticing now that I am reading 'To the Lighthouse' again. There is such honesty around motherhood in this text, another feminist statement by Woolf, I imagine. My most recent motherhood painting, "An Artist Like You" (copyright 2020)?

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"Suddenly, as if the movement of [Mr. Bankes'] hand had released it, the load of [Lily's] accumulated impressions of him tilted up, and down poured in a ponderous avalanche all she felt about him. That was one sensation. Then up rose in a fume the essence of his being. That was another. She felt herself transfixed by the intensity of her perception; it was his severity; his goodness." (pp. 23-24)

SamAnne One of my favorites. 2y
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Annie1215 I felt this one in my bones ❤️ 2y
TK-421 ❤️ 2y
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sleepy.ash87
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This has been my comfort book for years. You know, the book you keep in your handbag, in the glove compartment of the car or in the top drawer of the nightstand. I'm going to read it cover-to-cover again. So excited! P.S. -- Tyler doggie says hey.

SamAnne Me too. A book that transformed my reading experience when I first picked it up 30 years ago. 2y
sleepy.ash87 @SamAnne I'm so glad someone else feels the same way. I think it is much better than Mrs. Dalloway and to read it out loud is lovely. For me, it was 10 years ago that I fell in love with this novel! I look forward to getting to know you and seeing more of your gorgeous garden here on Litsy 🌻 2y
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LitTraveler
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If this book has taught me anything it‘s that Nature has always been here and will continue to be here long after we‘re gone.

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arlenefinnigan
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OK you were all right, this is really maudlin and oblique and tough going. The writing style, with its 300 word sentences, made it really hard work at times. There's some interesting exploration of gender ("women can't paint, women can't write" - shut up Charles this is why everyone hates you) but the overall theme seems to be 'life is pain and everything dies'.

TrishB 😂😂 great review 2y
JennyM Love your review! Made me giggle 🙃 (edited) 2y
arlenefinnigan I posted this review on all my social media accounts and now my Facebook account has been suspended without explanation. Has.....someone reported this review as hate speech? 2y
CarolynM Excellent review, I think this is why I've not read much Woolfe. As for Facebook, maybe someone named Charles was offended 😂 2y
arlenefinnigan @CarolynM well, good. Fuck you, Charles 2y
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arlenefinnigan
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Apparently one of my library reserves came in 10 days ago and I didn't notice. Cool.

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MaureenMc
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Pickpick

My first Woolf! This book was dense, and her stream of consciousness style was difficult for my quarantine brain to follow. But I can see the mastery there, and I‘m glad I tackled it. I wish I could have read & discussed it in a college-level English class. So much to delve into.

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Mitch
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Thanks for the tag @wanderinglynn
I think this year - after having been at home for 14 weeks I‘m going for number 2!
Now to decide where - I fancy 2 weeks on the Scottish island of Skye with Woolf, but I could also fancy working in the kitchen garden of Pemberley, with the promise of a chance meeting with Darcy

SarahBookInterrupted I choose 2 as well. That would be amazing! I always want to know more about the characters in books, especially beloved novels. 2y
NikkiM5 Number 2 for sure. 2y
Christine 1! ❤️ 2y
Sharv_Sona Definitely 2! 2y
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BestDogDad
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Panpan

I guess Virginia is just not for me. I felt overwhelmed during the long first part with it's dense prose and non-existent plot. To further slow my progress, at first I took the time to jump to the back of my book to reference some of the 161 notes in the book. It was distracting.

I found the last part, The Lighthouse, to be much more readable and decipherable as there was actually something happening, and it was full of turmoil and melancholia.

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SamAnne
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#7Books7Days Day 2. Read when I was 18. Reading classics written by women transformed my reading life. I devoured Woolf and then moved on to Austen, Bronte.

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sydneyerin
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I really enjoyed this quiet novel.

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Litsi
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Mehso-so

Have to say, didn‘t love it.
It‘s a novel about Big Life.
Enjoy the fleeting here and now or try to make the meaning of your life permanent and eternal? Fight the destruction of the beach by the waves or cherish the tingle and roughness as the sand washes from underneath your feet? Big questions for sure.
But didn‘t love it.
Wanted to love it.
I want a “worthy” circle for valuable books that I did not enjoy.

RaimeyGallant Oooh, I have books for a circle like that. :) 3y
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merelybookish
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2019, my year of reading Woolf is wrapping up with lots of Woolf still unread (letters, diaries, essays, short stories, oh my!) but I finished all 10 (arguably 9 b/c Flush is more novella 🤨) of her novels.
I'm still processing (lots of thoughts about style, Time, plot & history) but it's been cool hanging with Woolf. She's become a familiar, wise voice. I love how she helps me see and think about the world.
In order of most to least favourite⬇️

merelybookish To the Lighthouse, Orlando, The Waves, Mrs.Dalloway, The Years, Between the Acts, Night and Day, The Voyage Out, Jacob's Room, *Flush: A Biography. (*Hard to compare with other novels.) 3y
LeahBergen What a great project! 👏🏻👏🏻 I really need to continue my journey with Woolf. ❤️ 3y
BarbaraBB This is so impressive. I am reading Woolf at times but know too little about her to really appreciate her, I think. Do you have another project planned for 2020? 3y
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Cinfhen 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 3y
merelybookish @LeahBergen Thanks! I hope to keep going with my journey too! 3y
merelybookish @BarbaraBB Oh thanks! I'm.thinking I might read a bio to put all her books in context! As for a 2020 project, still undecided...thinking a genre or a place but can't decide. 3y
Graywacke ❤️❤️❤️ What a wonderful year project. I will do something like this some time (hopefully not an empty promise). Curious, what was your order? Random? Chronological? 3y
merelybookish @Graywacke You usually pick an author to read don't you? Do you have one for 2020? The order is my fave to least fave. So purely idiosyncratic. 🙂 3y
Cathythoughts I love your year project ... and that her voice is now so familiar to you. How wonderful this is ✨✨✨✨✨ 3y
Graywacke @merelybookish Yes, I‘ve been loosely working through a list for several years now. Have two planned for 2020. Nabokov - but only the Russian novels (there are 10), and Dante - focusing on the Divine Comedy. (Also Willa Cather, and, of course, Shakespeare 😉). — Your order makes it even better! I would love to read that way - my little 🧠 doesn‘t do idiosyncratic. 🙂 3y
merelybookish @Cathythoughts Thank you! Yes, she's become a bit of a friend. 😊 3y
merelybookish @Graywacke Those are great plans! I think one could read and re-read Dante! And I've never read Nabokov, any of his novels. 🙈 I resist too much order so I didn't put a restrictions on what I read when. Otherwise I would quit. 🤷 3y
Graywacke @merelybookish i‘m just the opposite. No order and I would quit. 🙂 3y
Graywacke (I‘ve also never read Nabokov. Hope I like him! He might be too clever a writer for me... ) (edited) 3y
TrishB What an accomplishment 👍🏻 3y
JenniferP This is awesome! What a great project! I‘ve read all of her novels (but not in one year!) and my favorite is The Waves. 3y
youneverarrived I love this! I thought I‘d read quite a few of her novels but only read 3. The Waves will be next on my list. 3y
Billypar When you mentioned reading all of Woolf's novels I didn't realize you did it all this year - congrats! It looks like the three that I've read are your three favorites. 3y
Liz_M Well done! 🙋 3y
batsy That's amazing! What a wonderful project and year of reading. 3y
Blaire That‘s a really cool project. 3y
kathedron Love this post! 🖤 3y
merelybookish @TrishB Thank you! 😘 3y
merelybookish @JenniferP This was my first time reading The Waves and I already want to re-read it! I had read her other big works before but not this one. Pretty amazing what she managed to do! 3y
merelybookish @youneverarrived Yes, read The Waves! It's the most abstract but it's also amazing. 3y
merelybookish @Billypar There's a good reason why Lighthouse, Orlando, Dalloway are most read and beloved! They really are her best, and showcase her style and thinking best. (While also being fairly short.) But like @youneverarrived , you should read The Waves next! 3y
merelybookish @Liz_M @batsy @Blaire @kathedron Thank you! It's been enjoyable. Woolf only gets better with time and attention! 3y
Billypar @merelybookish I read The Waves this year and loved it - a close second to Orlando, my favorite (and on my short list of favorite novels). I liked To the Lighthouse too but I think I was too young of a reader at the time to fully appreciate it. Mrs. Dalloway is the one I will likely be reading next - excited to try it! 3y
merelybookish @Billypar Ha! My bad! I assumed you'd read Mrs. Dalloway! Yes you should read! What's fun a out Woolf is how she plays with time. Dalloway is confined to a day which is the opposite of Orlando and The Waves! 3y
Billypar Yeah she's really a master of that - and Orlando and The Waves are also very different takes on time from each other. Time seemed to move fairly seamlessly over hundreds of years in Orlando, but in The Waves it seems almost frozen in particular moments sampled at different points in childhood and adulthood. I doubt the phrase 'The next day...' appears in any of them. 3y
Centique Wow, that‘s so impressive. And I love how she came alive for you by focusing on one writer in this way 😍 3y
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VioletCavalier
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#SoaringScores #NowWeAreFree Day 23 (or Day 1 for me): I'm jumping on this bandwagon late, but jumping on it nonetheless!

Woolf's heroine searches within and learns to free herself of the past, and of her grief. She realizes that life takes what she loves, but the memories are forever. In doing so, she finally becomes able to look to the future with certainty and move forward. I think this needs a re-read.

@CrowCAH @Cinfhen

CrowCAH Sounds lovely! Thanks for joining Soaring Scores 🎶 3y
Cinfhen Welcome 💓💓💓great choice 3y
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“The nights now are full of wind and destruction; the trees plunge and bend and their leaves fly helter skelter until the lawn is plastered with them and they lie packed in gutters and choke rain-pipes and scatter damp paths.”

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twohectobooks
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I feel like this will be an unpopular opinion, but I didn‘t love this. My first time reading Woolf, and I certainly didn‘t hate it, either. She is so, so good at getting inside the thoughts and feelings of her characters. The brief section of “Time Passes” was my favourite by far. The issue I had was that everything felt so aimless that I couldn‘t really care about what was going on or what the characters were feeling. Maybe I just didn‘t get it.

twohectobooks Thanks @Curiouser_and_curiouser for reminding me I needed to post this review, and it still took three more days to get it done! Despite my lukewarm reaction I think it‘s well worth a read if you ever want to try again! 3y
zezeki I agree on everything you said. 3y
twohectobooks @zezeki glad to know I‘m not alone! 3y
Curiouser_and_curiouser @twohectobooks thank you, yes, great review. It certainly is still on my TBR list so I haven't completely ruled it out, I think it just needs to be read at a certain time for me. I'm still only just over a year back into heavy reading so I'm in a lovely getting to know you again reading stage, this book is on my shelf and its time will come :) 3y
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Joyfulmimi
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To me, Virginia Woolf was amazing. Not only is she an unbelievable writer, making words on a page into a musical score but she comes across as a genius in her understanding of important aspects of human nature. In this brief novel, mostly told in the minds of its characters, she tackles all the intense feelings and dramas in a typical life. There were many moments when I stopped reading and stared ahead, saying WOW .One of the greatest⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Joyfulmimi
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What is the meaning of life? That was all-a simple question; one that tended to close in on one with years. The great revelation had never come. The great revelation perhaps never did come. Instead there were little daily miracles, illuminations, matches struck unexpectedly in the dark

(She takes my breath away)

Artwork: Mary Whyte, “Open Door”, Coleman Fine Art, Charleston, SC

Michael_Gee I love this! 3y
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Joyfulmimi
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Day 1: #7covers7days

Thanks for the invite @merelybookish

cleoh I love the depth of this! 3y
merelybookish It is a gorgeous cover! 3y
sarahbarnes Love this cover! 3y
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