Continental tourism, travel writing, and the consumption of culture, 1814-1900 / Benjamin Colbert, Lucy Morrison, editors.

Benjamin Colbert is a Reader in English Literature at the University of Wolverhampton and Co-Editor of European Romantic Review. He is the author of Shelley's Eye: Travel Writing and Aesthetic Vision and has edited a number of essay collections and scholarly editions of travel writing. He found...

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Other Authors: Colbert, Benjamin (Editor), Morrison, Lucy (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: [Cham] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2020]
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Ephemeral Entertainment: Montagnes Russes and Movement in Paris
  • Chapter 3: The Album of the Fathers and the Father of all Albums: Inscribing Wonder and Loss in the Grande Chartreuse
  • Chapter 4: "Dieting with Antiquity": Eating and Drinking with the Ancients at Pompeii
  • Chapter 5: "Raw Productions . . . Exported in Abundance": Continental Tourism in Satire, 1815-1828
  • Chapter 6: Ruskin in the 1830s: Emerging Authorship and the Print Culture of Travel
  • Chapter 7: Upper-Class Travel with a Political Slant: the Destinies of Nations and Empires through the Eyes of Lord and Lady Strangford
  • Chapter 8: Beyond the Grand Tour: Norway and the Nineteenth-Century British Traveller
  • Chapter 9: Grand Tourists, Missionary Travelers, and Frances Stenhouse
  • Chapter 10: Gender, Genre, and Geography in Ménie Dowie's A Girl in the Karpathians
  • Chapter 11: Travelers in the Wilderness: Robert Louis Stevenson's Transformative Travels.