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Six hundred yards from the junction with the newly built spur of the M4 motorway, when the Jaguar had already passed the 70 m. The real Concrete Island? He must have walked the same streets that years later I was to haunt with my own damaged crew.
Living within sight of the Westwaywhich I felt must have helped form his motorway mythology, I was moved to do some geo-detective work on Concrete Islandthat great updating of Crusoe, and was surprised by what I found.
I think the evidence is quite strong for The Concrete Island to be based on the thin, V-shaped area to the south of the Westway interchange, trapped between the two arms of the West Cross Route. This grassed area can be clearly seen at the bottom centre of the Google map above, complete with tyre tracks from more recently crashed vehicles.
Surely Ballard would have made his way past this site when rushing back to the suburbs from parties with the Ladbroke Grove crowd? The intended radial motorway. There was a plan in the s to extend the M4 motorway into central London and create a series of radial motorways, of which the Westway interchange would have been a node.
Evidence for the motorway master plan can be seen at the northern apex of the Westway interchange, where the buds of the feeder roads for the northward part of the radial motorway, which was never built, can still be seen. In the book, we learn that Maitland is on his way from his Marylebone office to pick up his son in Richmond Park, six miles away.
The optimal Google Maps route suggested for this journey approaches the Westway interchange from the East via Marylebone Road and leaves it on the first exit down the West Cross route heading south.
The Westway interchange is almost exactly six miles from Richmond Park. The exit onto the West Cross route forms the right-hand arm of the V shape below the circular roundabout and is, I suggest, the right-hand boundary of The Concrete Island. The apex of the island pointed towards the west and the declining sun, whose warm light lay over the distant television studios at White City.
The base was formed by the southbound overpass that swept past seventy feet above the ground. Supported on massive concrete pillars, its six lanes of traffic were sealed from view by the corrugated metal splash-guards installed to protect the vehicles below.
The cut-off space between the roads is indeed about two hundred yards long, and looking West beyond this island, Maitland would see the BBC TV studios — the circular building at the bottom left of the Google Map above.
Looking east, he would be able to see his high-rise office in Marylebone, barely three miles away. Looking north, he would see the massive high-level circular interchange. The eastern end, below the overpass, was its oldest section, with the churchyard and the ground-courses of Edwardian terraced houses.
Turning to the interior of the island, Maitland quickly discovers the remaining outlines of a series of Edwardian terraced houses. This is a fairly specific dating: And sure enough, the St Quentin Estate, including the part of Latimer Road that was destroyed by the building of the Westway, was built between and I suggest this could be Bard Road, or the road parallel to it; this can be seen on the overlayed and modern maps.
There is something quite unreal and magically marginal about this whole area of London. The Stadium that can be seen to the west of the island on the map is the White City stadium, where the Olympics were held, an emergency measure after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
This was also the site of the fantastical Franco-British exhibition which gave White City its name.The Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry is offering a £ prize for an essay of words (footnotes and appendix should be included in the word count but the bibliography can be an addition) on any topic related to forensic psychiatry.
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There are five subspecialties of forensic psychology, namely police psychology, psychology of crime and delinquency, victimology and victim services, legal psychology and correctional psychology.
I will discuss legal psychology and correctional psychology. ·Legal psychology Legal psychology is the study of human behavior relevant to the law. Forensic Psychiatry refers to a little specialty under Psychiatry and a back up science of criminology.
It covers the interface found between law and psychiatry. A forensic psychiatrist offers a number of services that are determining an offender’s competency for trial, in a court of law. F.
Thank you very much for doing this. I first read the Concrete Island less than a year ago (May ) and became mildly obsessed with the book’s literal geographical setting, to the point where I had a vivid dream of a west London from a parallel timeline.
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