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Travel writing has, for centuries, composed an essential historical record and wide-ranging literary form, reflecting the rich diversity of travel as a social and cultural practice, metaphorical process, and driver of globalization. This interdisciplinary volume brings together anthropologists, literary scholars, social historians, and other scholars to illuminate travel writing in all its forms. With studies ranging from colonial adventurism to the legacies of the Holocaust, The Long Journey offers a unique dual focus on experience and genre as it applies to three key realms: memory and…mehr

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Travel writing has, for centuries, composed an essential historical record and wide-ranging literary form, reflecting the rich diversity of travel as a social and cultural practice, metaphorical process, and driver of globalization. This interdisciplinary volume brings together anthropologists, literary scholars, social historians, and other scholars to illuminate travel writing in all its forms. With studies ranging from colonial adventurism to the legacies of the Holocaust, The Long Journey offers a unique dual focus on experience and genre as it applies to three key realms: memory and trauma, confrontations with the Other, and the cultivation of cultural perspective.


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  • Verlag: Berghahn Books
  • Seitenzahl: 328
  • Erscheinungstermin: 01.11.2020
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781789209372
  • Artikelnr.: 60538816
Autorenporträt
Brian Yothers is a Professor of English and the Chair of the Department of English at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is co-editor  of the journal Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing.
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Introduction
Maria Pia Di Bella and Brian Yothers
Part I: Memory and Trauma
Chapter 1. Walking Memory: Berlin's 'Holocaust Trail'
Maria Pia Di Bella
Chapter 2. Touring the African Diaspora
Cheryl Finley
Chapter 3. A Wartime Cinematic: Recreation of the Journey Linking China and Japan in the Modern Era
Joshua A. Fogel
Part II: Visualizing Otherness
Chapter 4. Seeing a Difference: Spectacles of Otherness in Eighteenth-Century Illustrated Travel Books
Julia Thomas
Chapter 5. A Beginning, Two Ends, and a Thickened Middle Journeys in Afghanistan from Byron to Hosseini
Graham Huggan
Chapter 6. New Men, Old Europe: Being a Man in Balkan Travel Writing
Wendy Bracewell
Chapter 7. Among Cannibals and Headhunters: Jack London in Melanesia
Keith Newlin
Part III: Creating and Recovering Perspective
Chapter 8. Forgetting London: Paris, Cultural Cartography, and Late Victorian Decadence
Alex Murray
Chapter 9. In The Eyes of Some Britons: Aleppo, an Enlightenment City
Mohammad Sakhnini
Chapter 10. An Ordinary Place
Robert Clarke
Chapter 11. The Right Sort of Woman: British Women Travel Writers and Sports
Precious McKenzie Stearns
Conclusion
Pramod Nayar