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To the Lighthouse

To the Lighthouse

by Virginia Woolf

To the Lighthouse: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

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Q. Who is described? "To her son these words conveyed an extraordinary joy, as ... if it were settled, the expedition were bound to take place, and the wonder to which he had looked forward, for years and years it seemed, was, after a night’s darkness and a day’s sail, within touch."


James Ramsay
Charles Tansley
William Bankes
Augustus Carmichael
James Briscoe
Q. Who criticized, "But beauty was not everything. Beauty had this penalty — it came too readily, came too completely. It stilled life — froze it."?


Mrs. Ramsay
Mr. Ramsay
Lily Briscoe
James Ramsay
Charles Tansley
Q. Looking at the far sand hills, who "thought of Ramsay: thought of a road in Westmorland, thought of Ramsay striding along a road by himself hung round with that solitude which seemed to be his natural air"?


Mrs. Ramsay
Lily Briscoe
James Ramsay
Charles Tansley
William Bankes
Q. Mrs. Ramsay exulted when who "shuffled past"?


Mr. Ramsay
James Ramsay
Charles Tansley
William Bankes
Augustus Carmichael
Q. Who is descirbed? "Sitting alone (for Nancy went out again) among the clean ... cups at the long table, she felt cut off from other people, and able only to go on watching, asking, wondering."


Mrs. Ramsay
Mr. Ramsay
Augustus Carmichael
Lily Briscoe
James Ramsay
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