Setting in Sargasso

Continuing to focus on the opening pages of WSS we looked at the description of the garden – we’d dealt with the idea of fatalism and death imagery and this is extended in the description of the garden. There is strong biblical imagery and we discussed what this could foreshadow regarding the relationship between A&R we also looked at the contrasting life/death imagery and the fear of intensity/passion. How is Antionette characterised through the garden setting?

Brainstorming activity – what do we know about Christophine?


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