To the Lighthouse - The Window Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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The Window Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

After dinner, Mrs. Ramsay separates from the guests to go upstairs and the others break off into little groups. The night's events run over in Mrs. Ramsay's head and she wonders if the evening was a success because she knows that everyone will always remember this night.

Mrs. Ramsay's good mood is broken, however, when she arrives at the nursery to find that Cam and James are still awake. Cam is frightened of the shadows cast when the light hits an old pig's skull nailed to the wall. Simply turning out the light is not a solution, since James cannot sleep without a light on. Mrs. Ramsay simply removes her shawl, wraps it around the skull several times and convinces Cam that it is a great bird's nest that the fairies will adore. At last, Cam is...

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