Literature - through both its texts and its authors - has often been an important inspiration for tourists. And tourism, in turn, has long inspired literature. Through analysis of literature from North America, the British Isles and Europe drawn from contrasting periods and across a range of genres and forms, Literature and Tourism provides a detailed and in-depth explanation of the changing inter-relationship between literature and tourism.
|Publisher:||Cengage Learning EMEA Higher Education|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of Contents
1. Reading between the lines: Literature and the creation of touristic spaces. 2. Between and Beyond the Pages: Literature-Tourism relationships. 3. 'Inside and 'Outside Writings on Spain: Their relationship to Spanish Tourism. 4. 'Frizzling in the Sun: Robert Graves and the development of mass tourism in the Balearic Islands. 5. Nevil Shute and the landscape of England: An opportunity for literary tourism. 6. Tourism comes to Haworth. 7. Tourists and the Cultural Construction of Haworths Literary Landscape. 8. Cultural Gamekeepers in the LM Montgomery Tourist Industry. 9. The Two Mark Twains as Tourists. 10. Matthew Arnolds Guerilla in the Glade: The Politics and Poetics of Tourism. 11. Literature, Tourism and the Grand Tour. 12. La Serenissima: Dreams, Love and Death in Venice. 13. African Sublime: The Dark Continent Joins the Grand Tour.