To the Light House
Virginia Woolf’s *To the Lighthouse *questions life and its reality. On one hand when it examines the position of women in marriage and society, it also portrays the stark complexities of life such as isolation and elimination.Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay, with their eight children, live in the house of Hebrides, surrounded by various neighbours and servants. Virginia Woolf weaves in an astounding tale of estrangements and intricacies of inter - relationships in familial life.One of the most popular works of Virginia Woolf in the twentieth century, *To the Lighthouse* has received critical appreciation all over the world.
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