• isolation

  • societal/cultural

  • physical/geographical

  • emotional

  • the effects of isolation

  • CONCLUSION: death as final isolation

  • TTL

  • harrison

  • PT

  • ttl

  • harrison

  • pt

  • ttl

  • harrison

  • pt

  • ttl

  • harrison

  • pt

  • ttl

  • harrison

  • class

  • race

  • education

  • gender

  • class

  • race

  • education

  • gender

  • class

  • race

  • education

  • gender

  • physical/human

  • locational/geography

  • physical/human

  • locational/geography

  • physical/human

  • locational/geography

  • familial

  • romantic

  • outsider

  • familial

  • romantic

  • outsider

  • familial

  • romantic

  • outsider

  • effects

  • positive or negative

  • mrs mcnab

  • vw context

  • tansley

  • mr ramsay

  • mrs ramsay

  • lily b

  • mr/mrs ramsay

  • lily’s potential

  • male

  • female

  • lighthouse

  • off the brompton road

  • isolation of the island

  • death

  • creative growth

  • isolated in his intelligence

  • isolated from his wife by his intelligence

  • creative output stops when he gets married

  • uneducated, means she can’t connect to her husband

  • her children have no education so she connects to them

  • disdainful of academic jargon- reacting in a society-approved way to the cause of distance between herself and her husband

  • art is the only form of expression she is allowed, which is more than the other women

  • if you could say it in words there would be no need to paint

  • mr ramsay

  • bankes

  • tansley

  • james

  • lily

  • mrs r

  • prue

  • minta

  • harrods there in the 1910s- she’s away from the glitz and glamour and superficialities of life, she’s isolated from life by her father- men isolating women, oppressing them

  • where a photographer studio was- her father made her get her picture taken- submitting to men

  • ‘freedom from external distractions such as friends, family and security laid him open to discovering what it means to live in a relationship with god’ kierkegaard- peter vardy, published by triumph, 1996

  • ‘As people… lost the wider face-to-face ties that build social trust, they become more dependent on romantic relationships for intimacy and deep communication and more vulnerable to isolation if a relationship breaks down’ stephanie koontz, new york times

  • as a result of men oppressing women into isolation- a forced isolation

  • elegiac structure

  • lily is prevented by her gender from verbalising the emotions she carries and becoming a successful poet like carmichael, able to share her emotions with the world, so has to settle for keeping her painting to herself because she’s a woman and that isolation is her destiny

  • literally her voice is taken from her and she can only express her thoughts in abstract art so she doesn’t break the mould too much

  • mr ramsay is very very male and he’s isolated because of the privileges associated with this- education provides him with an outlet for his intellectual ability, so not isolated there, but focuses so much on his work that he’s isolated himself from the idea that he can achieve happiness through other aspects of human communication

  • privilege of being isolated but with nothing odd about it- unlike lily, who is called a spinster for not being married, a derogatory term, bankes is called a bachelor, and he is alone and seems to be the only character at peace

  • he dismisses the uneducated mrs ramsay then loves her again- she fulfills his emotional needs but not the intellectual- vw showing that humans are not made of one thing- we have different needs at different times, we are different people at different times, and making attachments to other people, dropping anchor at their island is futile because the ship will sail and the chains will break anyway

  • education has become his life- his male privilege allows the chance to distinguish himself in this non-isolation- he is desperate to become part of a group- does not yet know himself well enough to be comfortable with being alone and certain in the knowledge that whatever he thinks has some value- immaturity, needs the approval of those he considers mentors

  • whilst mrs ramsay envisages her daughters having families, giving birth, she imagines james in positions of power, which is isolating- no colleagues, just him at the top- she wants the isolation for her child, which suggests she believes that a wife can ease the isolation, that it’s her job

  • she’s androgynous in the 1920s sense of the word- she embodies both stereotypically male and female characteristics, ‘male’ independence, love for mrs ramsay, isolated in that she doesn’t have anyone of her exact gender- link to orlando

  • her gender holds her back- has to look after her father, men isolating her

  • mrs ramsay isolated herself from confidantes, only people who confide in her-she relies on her husband as the one she can lean on, but he devotes 70 to work 30 to emotion and she sees the 30 as 100- isolation is a result of an intellectually unbalanced marriage, vw commenting on inequality?

  • mrs ramsay dies, possibly a metaphorical symptom of illness in society- the old dying off to be replaced with the new

  • a sign of rebirth- new ideas after mrs ramsay is sacrificed

  • context- vw trying to let go of her parents, forced to be isolated without them by her death- trying to come to terms with their deaths and her isolation and producing literature in the process, much like harrison

  • the section in which mrs ramsay dies was the first part written- suggests that she was a sacrificial victim

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