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Hauntings: Woolf\'s Orlando as Ghost by Sophie Mayer,

Looking at the presence of Virginia Woolf\'s novel Orlando in Potter\'s cinematic adaptation, thinking particularly about ideas of haunting and ghosting.

virginia woolf - women and film by Bella Wing-Davey,

Influences upon adaptation by Leanne Furneaux,

Orlando; Pathway by Sade Akin,

The Different Path to Reach Orlando by Ryan Reyna,

An aim in understanding the different steps Sally Potter took to reach the same essential meaning behind Woolf's Orlando.

Orlando by Tung Mac,

Intertextuality in Orlando

An investigation of the intertexuality in Orlando by James Anderson,

Orlando and it\'s Intertextuality by Georgina Cranmer,

From Vita to Tilda by Andrew White,

Six steps of adaptation

Gender & Identity - Intertextuality in Orlando by William Innes,

An exploration of intertextuality in Orlando through themes of gender and identity. I have chosen this approach as the most obvious, yet complex and interesting theme in Sally Potter's and Virginia Woolf's work. Same person/Same story. No difference. Just a different sex/Just a different medium.

Orlando by Abigail Stroman,

Exploring Intertextuality in Orlando

Orlando\'s Book by Sophie Mayer,

How does Orlando's manuscript come into being?Where does writing happen in the film and what does Orlando's manuscript mean?

Cross-gendered voice by Jo Stephenson,

The way in which the voice is used throughout the various drafts of the film to merge gender boundaries, and to transcend the traditional, biological limitations of a character's sex.

My Default Pathway by Lucille Gaudin, Student

Intertextuality and gender in Orlando by Rachel Clarkstone, Student

Intertextuality and the Visual Portrayal of Gender in Sally Potter\\\'s \\\'Orlando\\\' by Rosamund Attwood, Student

How did Sally Potter approach the task of bringing to screen the literary exploration of gender demonstrated in Virginia Woolf\'s book?

Gender in Orlando by Amelia Jefferies, Student

Pretty Pathway by Richard Leigh, Student

Pretty Pathway by Richard Leigh, Student

The Idea of Gender as a Performance by James Kruglinski, Student

Both Virginia Woolf and Sally Potter are interested in exploring the duality of gender through the story of Orlando. Is a person's sex something that is fixed? Are men and women really that different? Perhaps gender is not something that has already been predetermined. Rather, Woolf and Potter propose that it's an ideology “that has been reinforced by tradition, inheritance and convention”. Both the novel and the film use Orlando’s sex change as an opportunity to explore and discover the answer to this issue.

Intertextuality in Orlando by Nicolas Segura, Student

Orlando and Tilda Swinton exchanges by Anna Husted, Student

Various views of Swinton's characters in the film Orlando.

Adapting Orlando by Alejandro Fernandez Moreno, Student

Orlando from Novel to Film by Rea Anastasopoulou, Student

Pathway to reflect upon and illustrate the process of adapting Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel, Orlando, to film.

My Default Pathway by Nicole Moir, Student

The Adaptation Process by Nida Sheriff, Student

What is lost and what is gained?

The Adaptation Process by Nida Sheriff, Student

What is lost and what is gained?

My Default Pathway by Billie Hawes, Student

My Default Pathway by Robin Walmsley Reynolds, Student

The Concept of Gender in the Film Orlando by Tara Campbell, MA Student

My Default Pathway by Ekaterina Lysenko, Student

Singing Angel - Final Scene by Julie Solovyeva, Student

My Default Pathway by Emily Eyre, Student

Crisp's pathway through gender by Karl McCool, Student

Description A4 pages, Paper, Typed notes on Virginia Woolf's ideas about the future for women
Asset ID SPA0000097