Used in pathways:

The gender of Orlando by Maria Moller Kjeldgaard, Student

\\\\\\\'I am rooted, but I flow\\\\\\\' -Conceptions of time and the conveyance of inner life in \\\\\\\'Orlando\\\\\\\' by Maire Connor, Student

The central impulse of this pathway is to provide a conduit through which one may explore how the passing of time is expressed within Sally Potter's 1992 film 'Orlando', as a prominent theme of both the original novel and film. Furthermore, in acknowledgement of the disparities between the manner in which a visual medium and a written work respectively convey meaning, one is also drawn to the cinematic techniques utilised to communicate the eponymous hero/ine's inner thoughts, feelings and frustrations. The titular quotation, lifted from another of Woolf's novels, 'The Waves' is appropriated here to reflect upon the process of adaptation, particularly the ever-mutating, palimpsestic nature of a text (Woolf 2005: 86).

My Default Pathway by Robbie Laing, Student

Description Extreme close up of Orlando looking at camera.
Asset ID SPA1000570_3
Date 1992