|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Current Developments in the Geographies of Leisure and Tourism|
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Table of Contents
Contents: Introducing the narratives of travel and tourism, Jacqueline Tivers and Tijana Rakic; Part I Travellers and Their Narratives: Travel narratives of the Victorian elite: the case of the London season, Kathryn Wilkins; A family of travellers, Pamela Richardson; Narrating travel and tourism in peace and wartime, home and abroad, Paul Cleave; 'Keeping the holiday book': travel stories of a 20th century English family, Jacqueline Tivers; Stories and (e)motions: travelling in Nicolas Bouvier's narratives, Lénia Marques and Maria Sofia Pimentel Biscaia; Representations of tourism in 20th-century opera, David Botterill. Part II Place Narratives in Travel and Tourism: Narrative cartography in the 18th century: Defoe's exploration of Great Britain in the Tour, Emmanuelle Peraldo; Posting Over Seas: the travelling tales of Anthony Trollope, Angharad Saunders; Walking the Kumano pilgrimage roads (Japan) and writing diaries: narratives in Japanese travel culture, Sylvie Guichard-Anguis; Narratives and counter-narratives: contesting a tourist site in Jerusalem, Chaim Noy; Narratives of national versus 'universal' belonging of the Athenian Acropolis in travel guidebooks, Tijana Rakic; Index.