Journeys End

Tamara Lancaster
Mind Map by Tamara Lancaster, updated more than 1 year ago
Tamara Lancaster
Created by Tamara Lancaster about 4 years ago
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GCSE English Literature (Journeys End) Mind Map on Journeys End, created by Tamara Lancaster on 03/18/2016.

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Journeys End
1 Act 1
1.1 Characters
1.1.1 Hardy (page 9-15 )
1.1.2 Osborne (page 9 - 73)
1.1.3 Raleigh( page 16 -28)
1.1.4 Stanhope (page 23-36)
1.1.5 Trotter (page 23-28)
1.1.6 Hibbert (page 28-29)
1.2 Key events
1.2.1 Introduced to most characters
1.2.2 Stanhope knows Raleigh
1.2.3 Discover Stanhope drinks alot ( coping mechanism )
1.3 Key themes
1.3.1 Coping mechanisms
1.3.2 Boredom ( shows through the earwig races conversation )
1.3.3 Idea of waiting
1.3.4 Life in the trenches
1.4 Chapter length : 9 - 36
1.5 Monday evening , March 18th 1918
2 Act 2 Scene 1
2.1 Characters
2.1.1 Trotter (page 36-40)
2.1.2 Mason ( in and out throughout )
2.1.3 Osborne ( still in from the beginning )
2.1.4 Raleigh (page 38-43)
2.1.5 Stanhope (page 42-49)
2.2 Key events
2.2.1 Waiting for the attack
2.2.2 Planning their strategies for the attack
2.2.3 Raleigh's letter incident
2.3 Key themes
2.3.1 alcohol - coping mechanisms
2.3.2 waiting
2.3.3 Stress of the war is taking its toll on the men ( shown through Stanhopes reaction to Raleighs letter)
2.3.4 Lack of trust in other companies
2.4 Key quotations
2.4.1 " if the attack comes , im not going to trust the other companies on our side to hold ground " - Stanhope page 43
2.4.1.1 Shows Stanhopes lack of trust towards the other companies that work alongside him
2.4.2 " I have to censor the letters " - Stanhope page 38
2.4.2.1 Anger and lack of trust towards Raleigh . He thinks Raleigh is ' bad-mouthing' him to his family
2.4.3 " dont Dennis me!" - Stanhope
2.4.3.1 Anger
2.5 Chapter length; 36-49
2.6 Tuesday morning
3 Act 2 Scene 2
3.1 Characters
3.1.1 Stanhope (page 50-60)
3.1.2 S-M (page 5-52)
3.1.3 Colonel (page 52-54 )
3.1.4 Hibbert (page 54-59)
3.1.5 Mason ( in and out throughout )
3.1.6 Osborne (59 - still in)
3.1.7 Trotter (page 61-64)
3.1.8 Raleigh ( page 64)
3.2 Key events
3.2.1 Planning the attack with the S-M and the colonel
3.2.2 Hibberts breakdown to Stanhope and arguement with Stanhope
3.3 Key themes
3.3.1 Thoughts and feelings of Hibbert and Stanhope
3.3.2 Waiting for the attack
3.4 Chapter length ; page 50-64
3.5 Tuesday afternoon
4 Act 3 Scene 1
4.1 Characters
4.1.1 Stanhope (65-68 , then 73-77 )
4.1.2 Mason (in and out throughout)
4.1.3 Colonel (65-68 then 74-76 )
4.1.4 Osborne (page 67-73)
4.1.5 Raleigh (page 67-73)
4.1.6 S-M (page 74-75)
4.1.7 German boy (page 74-75 )
4.2 Key events
4.2.1 waiting for the raid
4.2.2 going out to the raid
4.2.3 Osbornes death
4.2.4 Raleigh realises the reality of war
4.3 Key themes
4.3.1 realism of the war
4.3.2 7/10 people died on a raid that shouldve been simple
4.3.2.1 Reality of how the war would have been
4.4 Chapter length ; 50-64
4.5 Wednesday afternoon
5 Act 3 Scene 2
5.1 Key Events
5.1.1 Raleigh wont eat the ' celebratory food '
5.1.2 Raleighs realising what war is like
5.1.3 Mentally preparing for the attack
5.2 Key themes
5.2.1 Realism of war
5.2.2 Coping mechanisms ; getting drunk the day before the fight
5.3 Chapter length ; 77-86
5.4 Wednesday night
6 Act 3 Scene 3
6.1 Key events
6.1.1 Attack happens
6.1.1.1 Everyone dies
6.1.2 Stanhope comforts Raleigh as he knows Raleigh is dying
6.1.2.1 Raleigh gets hit and doesnt realise the extent of his injury
6.1.3 No one wants to go out to fight , no one is enthusiastic , everyone knows its going to be the end when they go out
6.2 Key themes
6.2.1 Reality of the attacks
6.2.2 Shows how the men wouldve died normally
6.2.3 Explores the ways of the war , how the attacks were carried out , the suspence , mind set , how everyone was feeling etc
6.3 Chapter length ; 86-95
6.4 Thursday , towards dawn
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