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To the Lighthouse and the Great Beyond

Reading the first half of Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse is like attending a never-ending Thanksgiving dinner at your least favorite aunt's house where the guests are brooding poets and misogynistic politicians. Then in the second half, the main character and two of her kids die, in parenthesis (literally), while a lesser character obsesses about the lady in parenthesis.

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