The Bookman [British]. July 1927, pp.242-43.

TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. By Virginia Woolf. 7s. 6d.
(Hogarth Press.)

We hope that all the readers who were troubled and
confused by “Jacob’s Room,” saddened and even a little
confused by “Mrs. Dalloway,” will read “To the Lighthouse.” 
For here they will neither be troubled nor con-
fused, and if they are saddened their sadness will be filled 
with beauty. We hope too that all who care for English
literature, but have somehow missed her other works,
will read this, Mrs. Woolf’s masterpiece, and appreciate