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The voyage out

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HarperCollins is proud to present its incredible range of best-loved, essential classics. The young Rachel Vinrance leaves England on her father's ship, the Euphrosyne, on a voyage to South America. Despite being accompanied by her father and her aunt and uncle, Helen and Ridley Ambrose, the passage leads to Rachel's awakening, both as a woman and as an individual. As the ship is wracked by storms, she finds herself romantically entangled with Richard Dalloway, an encounter that leaves her troubled and confused. Upon arrival in Santa Marina, Rachel strikes off alone to contemplate her identity, and finds herself with the aspiring novelist Terence Hewet. As the emerging romance between the two is complicated by their disagreements about gender and art, another storm, and tragedy, appear on the horizon.
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subject_facetBildungsromans
British -- South America -- Fiction
Classics
Electronic books
Literary
Love stories
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction
Ocean travel -- Fiction
Romance
South America -- Fiction
Voyages and travels -- Fiction
Women
Women -- Fiction
Women -- Social conditions -- Fiction
Women travelers -- Fiction
Young women -- Fiction
Young women -- South America -- Fiction
Young women -- Travel -- South America -- Fiction
title_displayThe voyage out
title_fullThe voyage out / Virginia Woolf
The voyage out [electronic resource] / Virginia Woolf
The voyage out [electronic resource] Woolf, Virginia, 1882-1941.
title_shortThe voyage out
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Classics
Electronic books
Literary
Man-woman relationships
Ocean travel
Romance
Social conditions
Travel
Voyages and travels
Women
Women travelers
Young women