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TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Illustrations vi Acknowledgments vii Introduction 1 Luigi MONGA, Vanderbilt University, USA Translating the journey: Literary fiction in Renaissance cartography 15 Daniel CAREY, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland Travel, identity, and cultural difference, 1580-1700 45 Joep LEERSSEN, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Between skin and horizon 5Simone TESTA, Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom Travellers' accounts, historians and ambassadors in the sixteenth century 35 Michael HARRIGAN, University College, Dublin, Ireland Cabinet and collection in the seventeenth-century 'récit de voyage en Orient' 55 Michael Crozier SHAW, University College, Dublin, Ireland 'A tour no man will attempt twice': Travelling in Spain in the eighteenth century 65 Darach SANFEY, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland 'Le plaisir d'aller sans savoir où ...': Rousseau on travel 75 Alison MARTIN, University of Cambridge, Christ's College, United Kingdom German travel writing and the rhetoric of sensibility: Karl Philipp Moritz's Reisen eines Deutschen in England im Jahr 1782 87 Isolde MUELLER, St. Cloud State University, USA Destination modernity: Sophie La Roche's trips through Switzerland (1784), France (1785) and Germany (1792) 97 David DENBY, Dublin City University, Ireland Enlightenment travel accounts: Constantin de Volney 107 Tania MANCA, Université de Paris-IV, France Europe discovers one of its Islands: Sardinia 119 Sylvie KLEINMAN, Dublin City University, Ireland The accidental tourist: Theobald Wolfe Tone's secret mission to Paris, 1796 129 Jane CONROY, National University of Ireland, Galway The emergence of political tourism: French travellers in Ireland, c. 1790-1835 141 Marc Serge RIVIERE and Jenny O'CONNOR, University of Limerick, Ireland Charles de Montalembert's journal intime 151 Eoin BOURKE, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland 'Poor Green Erin' 163 Sebastian STUMPF, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland Hero worship: German 'pilgrims' to Daniel O'Connell and Father Matthew 173 Anne O'BRIEN, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Lady Morgan's travel writing on Italy: a novel approach 183 Susan PICKFORD, Université de Paris-X, France Writing the route: Heinrich Heine's Die Harzreise (1826) 193 Angela RYAN, University College, Cork, Ireland George Sand's Majorcan travel diary: The poetics of movement in Un Hiver à Majorque 203 Fiona COX, University College, Cork, Ireland Shadows over the Rhine: Hugo's reading of Virgil's First Eclogue 215 Alan ENGLISH, Saint Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland Travel as impetus for poetic innovation and experimentation- the case of modern French poetry 225 Ann NEVILLE, University College, Dublin, Ireland Ernest Renan and the rediscovery of the Phoenicians 235 Sinéad FURLONG, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland '[Paris] s'offre à vos regards et vous sollicite'. Pleasure in the parks. Women, travel guides, and nineteenth-century Paris 245 Barbara WRIGHT, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Travel as mission: The building of the Suez Canal as seen by Narcisse Berchère 257 Claire MORAN, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland From the exotic Other to the unconscious: Otherness in the work of Odilon Redon 267 Paola SANNINO, The Queen's University, Belfast, United Kingdom The images, myths and reality of the modernized Western world in Yiddish travel literature, 1870-1914 277 Theo HARDEN, University College, Dublin, Ireland How real is real? Karl May's virtual travels 287 David SCOTT, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Semiologies of travel: nostalgies du symbole 297 Brian MOLONEY, University of Hull, United Kingdom Italo Svevo (commercial) traveller 307 Charles FORSDICK, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom Hidden journeys: Gender, genre and twentieth-century travel literature in French 317 Siobhán SHILTON, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom Reconstructing elsewhere: travel and the representation of 'L'Indochine française' 327 Susan LEDANFF, University of Canterbury, Christ Church, New Zealand Travels to the Metropolis: Traditions of reports on metropolitan life in the 1920s Der Querschnitt 337 Alvaro JASPE, University of Ulster, United Kingdom Manuel Graña in Ireland 1922: A Spanish perspective on Irish independence and Civil War 347 Robert Seth C. KNOX, Wayne State University, USA A political tourist visits the future: Ernst Toller's Russian and American travels near the end of the Weimar Republic 357 Stanley BLACK, University of Ulster, United Kingdom Juan Goytisolo and Camilo José Cela 367 Tom QUINN, Dublin City University, Ireland Postcards from Russia: The vision of Russia in Louis-Ferdinand Céline's early pamphlets 377 Gisela HOLFTER , University of Limerick, Ireland and Hermann RASCHE, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland The on-going saga-Germans on Ireland in the twentieth century 387 Michael EGGERS, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany Presenting the past-Ingeborg Bachmann's literary metropolis 397 Gabriela STEINKE, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom Cuckoo's eggs in the bureaucratic nest: Brigitte Reimann's Siberia diaries 407 Elizabeth BIRK, Aachen University 'L'Orient m'est indifférent': Roland Barthes's Japan 417 Rosa BONADEI, University of Bergamo, Italy Theory into écriture: Travel literature beyond the strictures of genre 427 Arnd WITTE, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland German experts in Africa: Constructions of self and other in Joseph von Westphalen's Im diplomatischen Dienst and Jürgen Schimanek's Negerweiá 437 Marie WILLIAMS, University of Salford, United Kingdom The traveller as flâneur: Modernity, flânerie and Bruce Chatwin's travelogues 447 Markus Oliver SPITZ, Exeter University, United Kingdom Travelling borderline territories: The Terrors of Ice and Darkness by Christopher Ransmayr 457 Mel BOLAND, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland Orienting the text: Eastern directions in the fiction of Isabel Allende 467 Louise SHEEHAN, University College, Cork, Ireland Tabucchi's Portugal 477 Ita MacCARTHY, University College, Cork, Ireland Mobility and Subjectivity in Maria Rosa Cutrufelli's Il paese dei figli perduti 487 Richard BALES The loneliness of the long-distance narrator: the inscription of travel in Proust and W.G. Sebald 497 Massimo LEONE, University of Siena, Italy Literature, travel and vertigo 507 Notes on Contributors 519 Index of Names 523 Index of Places 543
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Travel writing History Congresses, Travel in literature Congresses