To the Lighthouse
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GENERAL PRESS, 2019.
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A landmark of high modernism and the most autobiographical of Virginia Woolf's novels, To the Lighthouse explores themes of loss, class structure and the question of perception, in a hauntingly beautiful memorial to the lost, but not forgotten.
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