Space and Otherness in Dorothy Richardson’s Pointed Roofs and The Tunnel

Space and Otherness in Dorothy Richardson’s Pointed Roofs and The Tunnel

London is treated as a means by which her theme of self discovery is carried forward. She presents the city as a labyrinth waiting to be wandered and explored. The title Pilgrimage also reveals the fact that it is an allegorical fiction, a quest novel whose main character sets out in search of her self.

discuss Richardson’s treatment of space in Miriam’s maturation process.