Examine the role of the narrator in the book. What tone is the narrator trying to set in the book, and what reasons can be given for this?
The theme of solitude is one presented early in the book and follows Orlando throughout all stages of life.
Part 1.) What role might Orlando's inability to feel comfortable in social situations have on his need for solitude?
Part 2.) What is telling of Orlando's nature and ability to cope with issues of life based on his search for solitude in the book?
Part 3.) What is responsible for Orlando's escape from solitude, and what is significant about this?
Discuss the biographical nature of the book. What evidence is present in the book to suggest the author is criticizing the methods of biographical writing?
Examine the role of reading in the book. What can be learned about the nature of Orlando based on...
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