• ‘because 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

  • Explore how the theme of isolation is presented in ‘To the Lighthouse’ and the poetry of Tony Harrison

  • types of isolation- geographical, emotional, isolation in death, positive or negative, isolation as helping you grow, education as cause of isolation

  • ao1- 5, terminology and concepts
    ao2- 15, language structure form
    ao3i- 5, links in texts, partner texts
    ao3ii- 5, critical interpretations
    ao4- 10, context

    END OF TREE


  • Introduction
    ao1
    ao3ii
    ao4
    thesis statement


  • T1- societal isolation
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf


  • t2- geographical isolation
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf


  • t3- death as final isolation
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf


  • t4- intelligence as isolation
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology

    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    tansley isolated because education is allhe can think about-supportthis, mr ramsay isolated in his intelligence?
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf
    woolf herself isolated because her mind worked differently, find a quote about how intelligence and depression are linked, act of writing itself is isolating,


  • t5- positive or negative
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf


  • t6- emotional isolation
    ao1- literary concepts and terminology
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao2- language form and structure
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3i- partner text
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao3ii- critical interpretations
    -harrison
    -woolf
    ao4- context
    -harrison
    -woolf


  • Conclusion
    final illuminating thought

    END OF TREE

  • In the texts chosen, isolation is not just a theme, but rather a technique used to comment on the contexts of both the novel and the social and political climate the author wrote in.

  • issues

  • Societal and cultural isolation (in this essay defined as an individual’s perception of oneself existing outside the rules, verbalised or otherwise, of the society and cultural environment in which they exist) is dominant throughout the works chosen, caused by issues of gender, class and race. In the case of gender roles

  • class

  • gender

  • race

  • woolf

  • harrison

  • male

  • female

  • links between sexes

  • mr ramsay

  • bankes

  • charles tansley

  • james

  • lily

  • mrs ramsay

  • minta

  • prue

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