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海外英语, ISSN 1009-5039, 2013, Issue 17, pp. 210 - 211
.... She uses symbolism to reveal the inner characteristic of the heroes. Through analyzing the symbolic traits of the main characters, this paper tries to re veal... 
psychology | Lighthouse | human
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Irish University Review, ISSN 0021-1427, 11/2014, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp. 272 - 287
This essay reassesses Kate O'Brien's The Flower of May , and argues that the novel presents as close to a conclusion as practicable to the themes O'Brien... 
Literary Studies | Daughters | Parent child relations | Light beams | Symbolism | Irish politics | Novels | Irish culture | Mothers | Fiction | Irish literature | LITERARY REVIEWS | lighthouse symbolism | freedom | women's education | mores | 1900-1999 | The Flower of May | mother-daughter relations | O'Brien, Kate | novel | Criticism and interpretation | Authors | O'Brien, Kate (British writer)
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EGA-REVISTA DE EXPRESION GRAFICA ARQUITECTONICA, ISSN 1133-6137, 2015, Issue 25, pp. 192 - 199
.... Each lighthouse constitutes a geometric equation. The article presents the typological organization of their architecture, or rather of their helical staircases, in terms of geometry and symbolism... 
HELICAL STAIRCASES | LIGHTHOUSES | ARCHITECTURE | SYMBOLISM | GEOMETRY
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MODERNIST CULTURES, ISSN 2041-1022, 07/2016, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 161 - 178
Time is a constitutive feature of modernism, which developed in a period when the stability of the self was disintegrating. This paper considers the link... 
Virginia Woolf | time | modernism | Siegfried Sassoon | affect | HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | Sassoon, Siegfried | English literature | "Attack" | Woolf, Virginia | World War I | 1900-1999 | To the Lighthouse | novel | poetry | Twentieth Century | Attack (poem) | Authors | Watch Symbolism | English Literature | Great War | Affect
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Études britanniques contemporaines, ISSN 1168-4917, 12/2012, Volume 43, Issue 43, pp. 13 - 26
Virginia Woolf’s central section in To the Lighthouse hinges upon the oxymoric nature of ruin, and ponders over disappearance. The family house is victim of a... 
Twentieth Century | Memory | Authors | Woolf, Virginia | Ruin Symbolism | English Literature | War | Mourning | To the Lighthouse | To the Lighthouse | lieu de mémoire | death | V. Woolf | disappearance | ruins
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Focus on Geography, ISSN 1549-4934, 2007, Volume 50, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 15
  Lighthouse symbolism transcends culture and time as well, as witnessed by three of the world's most famous lighthouses, which blend art with a light guiding ships into harbor... 
Personal narratives | Influence | Landscape | Symbolism | Lighthouses | National parks | Art | Landscaping | Light | Cast iron | Cultural identity
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Virginia Woolf miscellany, ISSN 0736-251X, 2013, Volume 84, Issue 84, p. 26
Throughout the novel, Tansley is consistently represented as a pessimistic atheist-and an intellectual devotee of Mr. Ramsay, the stoic philosopher-whose... 
Human-Animal Relations | Twentieth Century | Authors | Woolf, Virginia | English Literature | Animal Symbolism | To the Lighthouse | suffering | English literature | boys | 1900-1999 | birds | King Lear | animal-human relations | 1500-1599 | tragedy | Shakespeare, William | novel | human condition | violence | Fishes | Criticism and interpretation | Analysis | Suffering | Novelists | Portrayals | Woolf, Virginia (1882-1941)
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Virginia Woolf miscellany, ISSN 0736-251X, 2013, Volume 84, Issue 84, p. 37
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EGA Revista de Expression Grafica Arquitectonica, ISSN 1133-6137, 2015, Volume 20, Issue 25, pp. 192 - 199
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Virginia Woolf miscellany, ISSN 0736-251X, 2012, Volume 82, p. 15
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Conradiana, ISSN 0010-6356, 10/2012, Volume 44, Issue 2/3, pp. 127 - 144
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Virginia Woolf miscellany, ISSN 0736-251X, 2011, Volume 80, p. 14
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