Mediterranean Travels: Writing Self and Other from the Ancient World to the Contemporary

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Written by leading scholars in the field, this collection analyses the notion of travel writing as a genre, while tracing significant examples of Mediterranean travel writing that return us to Ancient Greece, to Medieval pilgrimages, to Venetians diplomatic missions, to an Egyptian's account of Paris in the nineteenth century, to French artistic journeys in North Africa and to contemporary narratives of privileged resettlement, death and dislocation.

Mediterranean Travels: Writing Self and Other from the Ancient World to the Contemporary 2011, Maney Publishing, Leeds

ISBN-13: 9781907975073

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