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Used in pathways:

\\\\\\\'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).

Reading between the stitches: Showing social status through costume in Orlando by Elspeth Paterson, Student

The development of costume across the film mirrors the development of character. What are we as an audience able to decipher purely by the clothing and costumes used.

Representations Of Gender in Orlando. by Nicholas Subramaniam, Student

Exploring the representation of gender, through character, actors and costume in the adaptations of Orlando.

Gender and Sexuality in Orlando by Melanie Allickson, Student

How is mise en scène used in Orlando to portray gender and social status? by Ray Barron, Student

Costume and Orlando\'s Identity by Jared Eisenstat, MA Student

Costumes in Orlando by Andrea Paul, MA Student

Role transformation reflected through costumes

Different Medium, Same Story by Sydney Greve, Student

My Default Pathway by Jai Choi, Student

Description A4 colour printout picture on paper of Orlando leaning against oak tree writing
Asset ID SPA0001314
Scene Number 1