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Jane Goldman teaches at the University of Dundee, Scotland.
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Читать онлайн To the Lighthouse. 1. "Yes, of course, if it's fine tomorrow," said Mrs Ramsay. But you'll have to be up with the lark," she added. her arm, and a note-book and pencil with which she wrote down in columns carefully ruled for the purpose wages and spendings, employment and unemployment, in the hope that thus she would cease to be a private woman whose charity was half a sop to her own indignation, half a relief to her own curiosity, and become what with her untrained mind.
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In this Readers' Guide, Jane Goldman explores critical material on To the Lighthouse and The Waves, two of Woolf's most important novels.
Virginia Woolf - To The Lighthouse/The Waves. Author(s): Jane Goldman. In this Readers' Guide, Jane Goldman explores critical material on To the Lighthouse and The Waves, two of Woolf's most important novels. Publisher: Red Globe Press. The reader is guided through the critical debates that have centred on the novels, and is given a clear view of the widening scope of 'Woolf Studies'. The Guide includes extracts from the more recent innovatory work of Rachel Bowlby and Gillian Beer, as well as a significant revisionary essay from Jane Marcus, which has opened up important debates on race and Empire in 'Woolf Studies'.
A Companion to Virginia Woolf. It covers the major works in detail, including To the Lighthouse, Mrs Dalloway, The Waves and the key short stories. For students of modern literature, the works of Virginia Woolf are essential reading.
To the Lighthouse – The Ramsey family arrives to their summer house in the Hebrides, on the Isle of Sky in Scotland. They plan to visit the island's lighthouse one day, but the weather doesn't allow them and that creates some tension between family members. As the Ramsays have been joined at the house by a number of friends and colleagues, the trip to the lighthouse doesn't happen
Two of Virginia Woolf's most influential works reveal the quintessence of her experimentation with narrative technique in depicting the passage of time and the nature of human consciousness. This guide includes an outline of the critical reception of Woolf's work as well as extracts from her own writing on these novels and an exploration of the birth of "Woolf studies" in the mid-twentieth century.