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Studies in Travel Writing: Journal

Studies in Travel Writing Vol 20 No 4 (2016)

Published by: Routledge

About the journal

  • "All seems dreary, savage and desert": Janet Schaw's Journal of a Lady of Quality and American dystopia Linda Van Netten Blimke
  • "So wide a Gulph": family letters across the seas in the early nineteenth century Maureen Bell & Elisabeth A. Parfitt
  • Navigating necessity: professional authorship and travel writing in the career of Bayard Taylor James Todd Uhlman
  • The self-promotion of a maverick travel writer: Suzuki Tsunenori and his Southern Pacific Islands travelogue, Nanyō tanken jikki Ryota Nishino
  • Leisure, refuge and solidarity: messages in visitors' books as microforms of travel writing Rita Singer
  • "My friend would like to bite you": an interview with Robert Dessaix Adam Ouston
Book Reviews
  • Churnjeet Kaur Mahn, British women's travel to Greece, 18401914: travels in the palimpsest (Amy Muse)
  • Bill Morgan, The beats abroad: a global guide to the beat generation (R J Ellis)
  • Robert Clarke, Travel writing from black Australia: utopia, melancholia, and aboriginality (Graham Huggan)
  • James Budd, Half past ten in the afternoon: an Englishman's journey from Aneiza to Makkah (Jenny Walker)
  • Justin D. Edwards and Rune Graulund, Mobility at large. Globalization, textuality and innovative travel writing (Sandra Vlasta)


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