To the Lighthouse - The Window Chapters 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

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The Window Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

As Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay stroll across the lawn, Mrs. Ramsay comments on the flowers and the state of the greenhouse, not mentioning the cost of the repairs being done to the structure. Mrs. Ramsay doubts the gardener's efficiency and Mr. Ramsay teases his wife about exaggerating the situation and changes the subject to that of her beauty. Mrs. Ramsay declares that their daughter, Prue, is much more of a beauty. The Ramsays disagree about their son Andrew. Mr. Ramsay thinks he should be more studious so he can earn a scholarship, but Mrs. Ramsay will support the boy in any of his endeavors. Somehow, the couple is comforted by the expected positions each holds about the boy.

Mr. Ramsay comments on his wife's melancholy look as he viewed her through the window earlier and Mrs. Ramsay...

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