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The Literary Tourist

By N. Watson
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Isbn : 023058456X
  • Pages : 244
  • Category : Literary Criticism
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This original, witty, illustrated study offers the first analytical history of the rise and development of literary tourism in nineteenth-century Britain, associated with authors from Shakespeare, Gray, Keats, Burns and Scott, the Brontë sisters, and Thomas Hardy. Invaluable for the student of travel and literature of the nineteenth century.

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  • Pages : 660
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Reads : 328
  • File Pdf: the-emerald-handbook-of-ict-in-tourism-and-hospitality.pdf

Book Summary:

The Emerald Handbook of ICT in Tourism and Hospitality incorporates key research findings, in-depth case studies and discussion of the future implications stemming from technologies changes and developments across a number of core themes.


By Valeria Luiselli
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Coffee House Press
  • Isbn : 1566893577
  • Pages : 120
  • Category : Literary Collections
  • Reads : 370
  • File Pdf: sidewalks.pdf

Book Summary:

Cosmopolitan, vivacious essays in the tradition of Brodsky's "Watermark" and Benjamin's "The Arcades Project" by a celebrated young Mexican author.

William Wordsworth and the Invention of Tourism, 1820-1900

By Saeko Yoshikawa
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  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Isbn : 1134767994
  • Pages : 280
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Reads : 238
  • File Pdf: william-wordsworth-and-the-invention-of-tourism-1820-1900.pdf

Book Summary:

In her study of the opening of the English Lake District to mass tourism, Saeko Yoshikawa examines William Wordsworth’s role in the rise and development of the region as a popular destination. For the middle classes on holiday, guidebooks not only offered practical information, but they also provided a fresh motive and a new model of appreciation by associating writers with places. The nineteenth century saw the invention of Robert Burns’s and Walter Scott’s Borders, Shakespeare’s Stratford, and the Brontë Country as holiday locales for the middle classes. Investigating the international cult of Wordsworthian tourism, Yoshikawa shows both how Wordsworth’s public celebrity was constructed through the tourist industry and how the cultural identity of the Lake District was influenced by the poet’s presence and works. Informed by extensive archival work, her book provides an original case study of the contributions of Romantic writers to the invention of middle-class tourism and the part guidebooks played in promoting the popular reputations of authors.

Advances in Tourism, Technology and Smart Systems

By Álvaro Rocha,António Abreu,João Vidal de Carvalho,Dália Liberato,Elisa Alén González,Pedro Liberato
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Isbn : 9811520240
  • Pages : 714
  • Category : Technology & Engineering
  • Reads : 650
  • File Pdf: advances-in-tourism-technology-and-smart-systems.pdf

Book Summary:

This book features a collection of high-quality research papers presented at the International Conference on Tourism, Technology & Systems (ICOTTS 2019), held at the Universidad Abierta Interamericana, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 5th to 7th December 2019. It covers the areas technology in tourism and the tourist experience, generations and technology in tourism, digital marketing applied to tourism and travel, mobile technologies applied to sustainable tourism, information technologies in tourism, digital transformation of tourism business, e-tourism and tourism 2.0, big data and management for travel and tourism, geotagging and tourist mobility, smart destinations, robotics in tourism, and information systems and technologies.

Cultural Tourism and Heritage in Northern Portugal

By Clara Sarmento,Sara Cerqueira Pascoal
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Isbn : 1527556832
  • Pages : 279
  • Category : Business & Economics
  • Reads : 537
  • File Pdf: cultural-tourism-and-heritage-in-northern-portugal.pdf

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This book presents a narrative of both an opportunity and a challenge. The opportunity is to develop routes of cultural tourism in the North of Portugal, while empowering and engaging communities in the protection of their cultural heritage. The challenge is promoting sustainable tourism, with an impact on economic growth, poverty reduction, environmental protection and the preservation of authenticity in culture and heritage. This book appears at a pivotal moment, given the increased interest for the use of literature, arts, crafts, heritage, and traditions, as well as tangible and intangible cultural products, to promote places and destinations, while safeguarding the identity of social-cultural territories. The current cultural turn in tourism and related research methodologies has led to the development of business strategies where culture and creativity play a relevant role in the branding of competitive cities, regions and countries, using innovation and technology to promote their international image.

The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic

By Clive Bloom
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Isbn : 3030331369
  • Pages : 1253
  • Category : Social Science
  • Reads : 458
  • File Pdf: the-palgrave-handbook-of-contemporary-gothic.pdf

Book Summary:

“Simply put, there is absolutely nothing on the market with the range of ambition of this strikingly eclectic collection of essays. Not only is it impossible to imagine a more comprehensive view of the subject, most readers – even specialists in the subject – will find that there are elements of the Gothic genre here of which they were previously unaware.” - Barry Forshaw, Author of British Gothic Cinema and Sex and Film The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic is the most comprehensive compendium of analytic essays on the modern Gothic now available, covering the vast and highly significant period from 1918 to 2019. The Gothic sensibility, over 200 years old, embraces its dark past whilst anticipating the future. From demons and monsters to post- apocalyptic fears and ecological fantasies, Gothic is thriving as never before in the arts and in popular culture. This volume is made up of 62 comprehensive chapters with notes and extended bibliographies contributed by scholars from around the world. The chapters are written not only for those engaged in academic research but also to be accessible to students and dedicated followers of the genre. Each chapter is packed with analysis of the Gothic in both theory and practice, as the genre has mutated and spread over the last hundred years. Starting in 1918 with the impact of film on the genre's development, and moving through its many and varied international incarnations, each chapter chronicles the history of the gothic milieu from the movies to gaming platforms and internet memes, television and theatre. The volume also looks at how Gothic intersects with fashion, music and popular culture: a multi-layered, multi-ethnic, even a trans-gendered experience as we move into the twenty first century.