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Woolf's "To the Lighthouse"

Misto
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May 11, 8:11pm


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Fifty pages in, I don't quite know what to think of it. I find the style quite challenging and am still searching for the core of the story. Let's see how/if it grows on me.

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It's the Cinco-de-Mayo reading thread! Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 2:27pm
    Cat On a Hot Tin Roof Dame Ioreth Send a private message to Dame Ioreth May 6, 2:43pm
        Now there's a classic Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:04pm
            Taylor and Newman were another pair who had powerful chemistry Dame Ioreth Send a private message to Dame Ioreth May 7, 12:24am
    Rereading Mary Stewart's Merlin trilogy Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 6, 3:10pm
        I loved this book series! The first two were my favorite DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown May 6, 3:44pm
            I don't like the Mordred book Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 6, 4:45pm
        Oh wow, I loved these books. Dame Ioreth Send a private message to Dame Ioreth May 6, 3:59pm
            Merlin as narrator Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 6, 5:04pm
        I particularly like The Crystal Cave Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:06pm
            I love Stewart's descriptions... Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 6, 10:46pm
                Have you read some of her other novels? Dame Ioreth Send a private message to Dame Ioreth May 7, 12:15am
                    Madam Will You Talk? is my favorite Annael Send a private message to Annael May 7, 12:20am
                        I think that one Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 7, 1:15am
                            I can't remember which of Stewart's books I read first Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 8, 2:23pm
                        I like her thriller-suspense-romance novels better entmaiden Send a private message to entmaiden May 7, 1:56pm
                            They are comfort books for me... Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 8, 12:28am
                                Yes - exactly entmaiden Send a private message to entmaiden May 8, 2:02pm
                    Oh, you bet! Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 7, 1:11am
                    Nine Coaches and Moon Spinners sevilodorf Send a private message to sevilodorf May 7, 11:20pm
                        The ones with the young boys in peril... Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 8, 12:24am
                            who turn out to be real heroes Annael Send a private message to Annael May 8, 2:56pm
                    Oh my gosh, I have to thank you! Kim Send a private message to Kim May 8, 3:06am
                        Hooray - we got another one! entmaiden Send a private message to entmaiden May 8, 2:05pm
    I'm on a Robin Hood roll.... Old Toby Send a private message to Old Toby May 6, 3:43pm
        Love this series! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown May 6, 3:45pm
        You have read Ivanhoe! DaughterofLaketown Send a private message to DaughterofLaketown May 6, 3:46pm
        Robin Hood, like Arthur, goes on forever Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:10pm
            It's on Project Gutenberg. :) // Dame Ioreth Send a private message to Dame Ioreth May 6, 8:18pm
        I was in junior high when I first read Ivanhoe. Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor May 6, 9:38pm
    The Brick Bible, by Brendan Powell Smith AlassŽa Eruvande Send a private message to AlassŽa Eruvande May 6, 4:08pm
        How clever! Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:14pm
    The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion Kim Send a private message to Kim May 6, 7:21pm
        Connie Willis Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve May 6, 7:33pm
            Yep, that one's next on my list Kim Send a private message to Kim May 6, 7:41pm
            So did I! Na Vedui Send a private message to Na Vedui May 7, 9:40pm
        Hm Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:17pm
        Laugh out loud funny Nienna Send a private message to Nienna May 9, 7:53am
    Within a Budding Grove... cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 6, 7:26pm
        You can't go wrong... Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 6, 8:18pm
            I do hope so! Thanks. :) // cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 7, 12:45am
    Just finished Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 7, 2:53pm
        Although I must say I ultimately ended up enjoying it more than Lehrjahre BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 7, 2:57pm
            have you read Elanor of Rohan Send a private message to Elanor of Rohan May 12, 8:27pm
                I have BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 12, 8:40pm
    Billy Budd Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor May 8, 12:02am
    Ready Player One Finding Frodo Send a private message to Finding Frodo May 8, 3:58am
        I enjoyed that a lot entmaiden Send a private message to entmaiden May 8, 2:04pm
    Iron Angel Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor May 9, 4:17pm
    Woolf's "To the Lighthouse" Misto Send a private message to Misto May 11, 8:11pm
    It's the special Monday edition of the Tuesday reading thread! Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn May 12, 3:08pm
        I found a Nevil Shute I had not read! Annael Send a private message to Annael May 12, 4:31pm
            Nevil Shute Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor May 12, 4:52pm
                yes Annael Send a private message to Annael May 12, 8:09pm
            44 Scotland Street Kim Send a private message to Kim May 12, 7:07pm
            I never read 'Rainbow and the Rose' squire Send a private message to squire May 13, 2:50am
                I liked it Annael Send a private message to Annael May 13, 4:28am
        The Pull of the Ocean by Jean-Claude Mourlevat BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 12, 8:21pm
        I'm into book four of Julian May's Saga of the Exiles quadrilogy. Ataahua Send a private message to Ataahua May 12, 11:48pm
        I finished All Clear Kim Send a private message to Kim May 16, 5:11pm
    And in the Reading Room bind them Meneldor Send a private message to Meneldor May 16, 3:49am
        That is awesome. dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn May 16, 10:15am
        So cool Kim Send a private message to Kim May 16, 5:06pm

 
 
 

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