Mapping Resource

Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf is a novel that details the day in the life of its characters therefore we thought it would be beneficial to create a visual resource that helps the readers and teachers visualize the character's paths and objects that connect all the characters together. 
Mrs. Dalloway's London is a mapping resource that shows the paths of characters in Virginia Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway": Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway, Peter Walsh, and Septimus Warren Smith.

This visual representation of their journeys through the city of London can be connected to the journeys of self-realization that each character completes in the novel. 

As each character walks through London, they recall memories of their pasts or state observations. Each pin on this map represents either a point where the character is located when they flashback to a memory, a point where the characters' paths cross, when their path stops or when they state an observation. This map also examines how the crossing of the characters' literal walking paths affects the figurative life paths of each character. Icons, such as the airplane, are used to denote these influential landmarks and events in the novel. The description for each pin explains which memory is recalled at this point and why it is important to the character's self-realization.