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    I think Mrs Dalloway is her best novel and the stream of consciousness is not as extreme in that than in some of her other works such as The Waves or To The Lighthouse, though The Waves is very poetic at times. I would go with Mrs Dalloway though.

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    Hm... Yes... "To the Lighthouse"... I am reading it over and over.. Her best piece, undoubtedly. The stream of consciousness in "To the lighthouse" had reached its perfection

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