Nature in "To the Lighthouse": Analyze the Characterization of Nature in the "Time Passes" Segment of "To the Lighthouse"
Through out the novel "To the Lighthouse", Woolf uses aspects of nature to further the development of the story. It is not until the "Time passes" segment that nature truly comes center stage. To the Lighthouse handles the "characterization" of nature in the "Time Passes" segment of the novel like an actual, physical character rather than a backdrop or a metaphor for human emotions.
The depiction of nature in this manner is contrary to the more traditional Western view of nature. Western culture views nature as an "other" that exists separate and apart from society. …
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