To the Lighthouse - The Lighthouse Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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The Lighthouse Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary

The wind has stopped and the boat is calm. Cam drags her fingers in the water and thinks that the whole world must be at a standstill. Mr. Ramsay is curled up at one end of the boat reading and James is sullen with his own thoughts of hatred and resentment toward his father. James has never understood why Mr. Ramsay had such power over everyone in the family. Mr. Ramsay's wishes were always superior to anyone else's. James comes to the conclusion that the urge to kill is not directed at his father but at some black creature with wings and talons that descends on him sometimes.

Cam's melancholy lifts when suddenly the wind picks up, sending the boat speeding along as she watches the island drift out of view. To Cam, the island looks like...

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