Past the Shallows: A Study of Isolation - Coggle Diagram
Past the Shallows: A Study of Isolation
"They were leaving him again, his brothers." P1
"But Harry stayed where he was. He stayed amongst the pile of Granddad's things on the lawn - all the things that were no longer needed, no longer useful." P99
Curren family home
"... gardens full of rusty car shells, dead tractors, decaying boats marooned on land."
Aunty Jean's house
The Great Southern Ocean
"There were places where the water was angry."
The lone cormorant
"Harry couldn't move. His eyes were bloodshot, tears all down his cheek..."
"Harry understood, right down in his guts, that time ran on forever and that one day he would die."
Dad is isolated by grief
Miles is isolated by responsibility
Harry is isolated from family