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Romantic geographies

discourses of travel, 1775-1844

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romanticism,
  • Travel writing -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index

    Statementedited by Amanda Gilroy
    SeriesExploring travel
    ContributionsGilroy, Amanda
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 260 p. :
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16982845M
    ISBN 100719055768, 071905785X

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Romantic Geographies focuses on the geographical construction of people and places in late eighteenth-and early nineteenth-century travel writings. As the essays demonstrate, romantic travelers went to war zones and imperial frontiers; they reported on hotels and health spas; their concerns included ethnography, medicine, politics, Romantic geographies book aesthetics.

Romantic Geographies focuses on the geographical construction of people and places in late eighteenth-and early nineteenth-century travel writings. As the essays demonstrate, romantic travelers went to war zones and imperial frontiers; they reported on hotels and health spas; their concerns included ethnography, medicine, politics, and aesthetics.5/5(78).

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The concept of imagined geographies (or imaginative geographies) originated from Edward Said, particularly his work on critique on this context, imagined does not Romantic geographies book to be false or made-up, but rather is used synonymous with ed geographies refers to the perception of a space created through certain imagery, texts, and/or discourses.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Written on the landscape: Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark / Sara Mills --'A species of knowledge both useful and ornamental': Priscilla Wakefield's Family tour.

This book examines British scientific and antiquarian travels in the "North," circa – British perceptions, representations and imaginings of the North are considered part of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century processes of British self-fashioning as a Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.

Literary texts are explored as romantic archives for imaginative geographies such as the oceans in Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, and the high altitudes and pure air of the sanatorium in Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain.

As the breadth of this material suggests, Tuan establishes connections between different academic. This chapter discusses travel and exploration literature of Britain and Europe, America, Africa, the South Seas, and the East during the Romantic period.

The travel literature is the single most powerful resource for understanding how the rest of the world was constructed in the eyes of British Romantic : Robin Jarvis. In so doing, venturesome humans can find salvation in geographies that cater not so much to survival needs (or even to good, comfortable living) as to the passionate and romantic aspirations of their nature.

Romantic Geography is thus a paean to the human spirit, which can lift us to the heights but also plunge us into the abyss.

Deborah Tannen’s new book explores the idea that platonic relationships can be as fulfilling—and as fraught—as their romantic counterparts. Megan Garber May 8, This book examines British scientific and antiquarian travels in the "North," circa – British perceptions, representations and imaginings of the North are considered part of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century processes of British self-fashioning as a Northern nation, and key in unifying the expanding North Atlantic empire.

“This book has the capacity to shift our thinking. Specifically, the juxtaposition of thinking about motherhood/maternal theory and feminist geographies is fruitful and allows for a consideration of the literal and figurative spaces of maternity in new ways.”-May Friedman, Assistant Professor, Ryerson University.

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cartographers like John Melish, Henry S. Tanner, S. Augustus Mitchell, and others marshaled their empirical and romantic skillsets to engage willfully and consciously in the work of empire-building. To its credit, Geographies of the Romantic North: Science, Antiquarianism, and Travel, – wants to make big connections but is hampered in its quest for historical coherency by its studied avoidance of seeing things in ideological terms.

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