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To The Lighthouse

 

(first published 1927)

Virginia Woolf (1882 – 1941)
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The Ramsey family, with house guests, visit the Isle of Skye at least twice. The plot is not at all the point though, as this is a book about how people think and feel and relate. There’s insight into the of childhood thought and emotion, and a variety of of adult cares and perceptions.

I hope this doesn’t make it sound ‘difficult’, it doesn’t need to be – just let the sentences flow and make your own sense of the . It’s perhaps as close as a can come to the highly individual experience of looking at a painting. … (summary by Cori Samuel)

 

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The recording is released under the Creative Commons license CC0.

Total running time: 7:49:32 – Read in English by Cori Samuel

01 – 01 – The Window, Ch 1-3 – 31:57 min [download all sections]
02 – 02 – The Window, Ch 4-5 – 29:58 min
03 – 03 – The Window, Ch 6-8 – 36:06 min
04 – 04 – The Window, Ch 9-10 – 37:20 min
05 – 05 – The Window, Ch 11-13 – 26:25 min
06 – 06 – The Window, Ch 14-16 – 19:41 min
07 – 07 – The Window, Ch 17 part 1 – 33:22 min
08 – 08 – The Window, Ch 17 part 2 – 34:18 min
09 – 09 – The Window, Ch 18-19 – 27:22 min
10 – 10 – Time Passes, Ch 1-6 – 20:56 min
11 – 11 – Time Passes, Ch 7-10 – 19:28 min
12 – 12 – The Lighthouse, Ch 1-3 – 27:57 min
13 – 13 – The Lighthouse, Ch 4-5 – 33:02 min
14 – 14 – The Lighthouse, Ch 6-7 – 24:35 min
15 – 15 – The Lighthouse, Ch 8-11 – 25:07 min
16 – 16 – The Lighthouse, Ch 12-14 – 41:58 min

In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by:
Dedicated Proof-Listener: barbara2
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Hokuspokus and Viktor

Catalogued 19. October 2017

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