This class is an in-depth look at Virginia Woolf's masterpiece To the Lighthouse.
The first two sessions will focus on the first part of the book, "The Window"; the last two sessions on the second and third parts, "Time Passes" and "The Lighthouse." Each session will focus on different issues raised in those sections of the book. Topics covered will include family and individual identity; different ways of living in the past and future; literary form and personal psychology; natural cycles and personal choices; gender roles and individual reality; imagination as a way of understanding or transforming other people; different styles of parenthood; inner achievement and public fame; Mrs Ramsay as a person and as a myth; and Virginia Woolf's triumphs of literary style and form.
4 Sessions: $395
Edward Mendelson is the Lionel Trilling Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University and the author of The Things That Matter: What Seven Classic Novels Have to Say About the Stages of Life.
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