Mental and Physical Space

  • Suffering thoughts

    Miss Kilman wonders why she is the one that has to suffer tremendously, while others live a life of luxury
  • Kilman's view of herself

    Behavior towards others and attitude is affected by her beliefs and feelings “I am plain, I’m unhappy” (129)
  • Kilman's perspective of the wealthy

    Kilman pities other people not herself and abhors the rich who pass through life easily and without truly experiencing suffering
  • Kilman's behavior and actions

    She is polite to those who have a great and better reputation than she does (Example: she bows to a maid in the Dalloways household and shows great manners to the Dalloway family)
  • Kilman's pity thoughts

    She stops herself before she disrespects Clarissa saying “I don’t pity myself, I pity…other people more” (129) rather than saying to Elizabeth “your mother” (129)
  • Church thoughts and hopes

    Kilman wants to be selfless and think of things that are bigger than herself as she is in a place of holiness
  • Activity while in Church

    Kilman walks to the Abbey to be a good Christian, while she does that her hands start twitching and she has difficulty relaxing and concentrating
  • Kilman's negative thoughts

    Sympathizes for herself and views herself as a soul not a human being especially not a woman, haunted by those around her (could be the rich)
  • Christian behavior

    Kilman is praying, hands together and at the end of the row
  • Member of the Church's perspective

    Mr. Fletcher moves past Miss Kilman and notices her distress.
  • Reaction of Mr. Fletcher

    He feels bad about how Kilman is upset and his facial expression can prove his vulnerability.
  • Elizabeth's inner thougths

    “She had no preferences” (132) while in the city.
  • Elizabeth's behavior in the crowd

    Allows people to step over her or push her because “she inclined to be passive” (132)
  • Love in Elizabeth's mind

    Elizabeth knows that men love her, however, she finds it “really awfully bor[ing]” (132)
  • Elizabeth's adventure

    She goes onto the omnivus and moves up top to take a sit
  • Elizabeth's independence

    Feels like a pirate and compares herself intensely on a bold and unexpected person, she is exploring on her own
  • Freedom!

    “She was delighted to be free” (132) & does not feel trapped because she is truly on her own
  • Past family thoughts

    Kilman thinks about all the good her father has done and how she loves to help others who are ill
  • Kilman's actions

    Travels to people to assist them in overcoming their sickness
  • Hard worker views

    Likes hard workers because she is one and Kilman thinks everyone should be determined to work
  • Helping the poor thoughts

    Kilman spends hours of her day aiding individuals with situations they cannot handle on their own and she loves it, glad when they are sick
  • Majority vs. education thoughts

    Kilman is by herself and thinks about other people who are intelligent (majority rules out one person who is good and religious: crowd of people compared to a “single clergymen in Bensington” (134)
  • Being cautious of the area

    Kilman Loses track of time and walks towards St. Paul’s and looks around a house
  • Mother's thoughts of Kilman

    Kilman sees herself as a dedicated and hard worker from the start & mother viewed Kilman as “extremely immature, like a child still, attached to dolls, to old slippers; a perfect baby; and that was charming” (134)
  • Looking around

    Kilman still continues to explore the area nearby the house and staying in a good and safe place
  • Easy Life

    Dalloways are opposite of her, they do not work, do not need to and have no reason for being determined to complete any goals or tasks
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    Mental and Physcial Space (129-134) Juliana Killip

    Ms. Povec,
    I had a few corrections that I realized after I posted and I do not know how to fix it. Sorry. Juliana