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Adapting Orlando: From Word to World by Aniya Das, Student

In writing Orlando, Virginia Woolf had to her disposal the infinite power of the English language. Using her imaginative flair for writing, Woolf was able to vividly describe and create the world in which Orlando lives; we are transported through time, and to incredible landscapes all across the globe with ease. Sally Potter then, had the largely more difficult task of physically recreating this diegetic world. Through this pathway I will explore the real life locations Potter used to create Orlando's world, and the reasons behind these choices.

Description 4"x6" colour photographs, Photographic paper, Photographs of Khiva location recces, exteriors
Asset ID SPA0000607
Date 01/02/1990
Scene Number 35,37,38,40,41,43,44,45A,45,46,47