The color imagery in "The Lighthouse" by Virginia Woolf.
How boring this world would be without colors. Colors not only make life more vibrant, but they can also be linked to characteristics and emotions. In Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse, color is frequently used to enhance the imagery and to better represent the characters and the overall setting.
Woolf uses each color to further implant imagery in the reader's mind. She uses the color grey to represent the elderly and sleepiness when she wrote, "When she looked in the glass and saw her hair grey, her cheek sunk, at fifty," and also when she wrote, "...as he was in a grey-green somnolenc…
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