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Flânerie in the Time of Covid-19

French Journalistic References to Bookstore Strolling and Fashion Walking

Marylaura Papalas

, flâneurs and flâneuses everywhere reinvented the urban stroll under these novel conditions. Underscoring the phenomenon's duration, contemporary references to flânerie after the onset of the novel coronavirus proliferated in various forms of

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Book Reviews

Sandra Dinter, Weipin Tsai, and Freke Caset

feminist critics Janet Wolff, Elizabeth Wilson, and Deborah L. Parsons, Lauren Elkin's book Flâneuse: Women Walking the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London (2016) suggested that the historiography of walking has neglected female pedestrians

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Quest for Identity in Parvin Shere's Pearls from the Ocean

Urooj Akailvi

, represents the multiplicity of life and the flickering grace of all the elements of life” (443). In this sense, Parvin can be called a flaneuse because the reason for her traveling is to see the real face of people, to understand the different ways of

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La flânerie au feuilleton?

Quotidien et modernité critique chez Siegfried Kracauer

Catherine Nesci

sur Baudelaire lui permet toutefois de mettre en évidence les ambivalences de l’attitude flâneuse vis-à-vis de la foule, du nouveau et du divers, entre le trop d’identification avec la foule et le manque d’empathie, le détachement, l

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Unruly Landscapes of a Diasporic Return

Mobility and Memory in Michèle Rakotoson's Juillet au pays: Chroniques d'un retour à Madagascar (2007)

Anna-Leena Toivanen

conceptualizations of the flâneur see Isabel Carrera Suárez, “The Stranger Flâneuse and the Aesthetics of Pedestrianism,” Interventions 17, no. 6 (2015): 853–865, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369801X.2014.998259 ; Sofia Aatkar, “Postcolonial Flânerie in Caryl

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Gender, Curiosity, and the Grand Tour

Late-Eighteenth-Century British Travel Writing

Anna P.H. Geurts

. New York : Routledge . Musgrove , Martha Jane . 2009 . “ The Semi-Detached Flâneuse: Feminine Diversity in Romantic London .” European Romantic Review 20 ( 2 ): 159 – 166 . 10.1080/10509580902840434 Naddeo , Barbara A. 2005 . “ Cultural

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A Genealogy of Sexual Harassment of Female Passengers in Buenos Aires Public Transport

Dhan Zunino Singh

public transport as a erotic space in Chile; an account of women and walking in 1920s Buenos Aires through the poet Alfonsina Storni can be found in Claudia Darrigrandi, “Ciudad, Cuerpo y Traje: La Flâneuse en Buenos Aires,” Revista Iberoamericana 94