What Is the Summary of the Lamp at Noon?

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A summary of 'The Lamp at Noon' by Sinclair Ross is about a story of a woman named Ellen and her husband. The novel goes into detail of how Ellen goes insane due to lack of communication with her husband and her isolation to the rest of the world. This story takes place during the Great Depression and it shows what isolation and stress can do to a person and a family.
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