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Exploration belongs to the Renaissance, travel to the bourgeois age, tourism to our proletarian moment. ... The explorer seeks the ...
"The age of independent travel is drawing to an end," said E.M. Forster back in 1920, when it had been increasingly clear for deca ...
The routines of tourism are even more monotonous than those of daily life.
The personal appropriation of clichés is a condition for the spread of cultural tourism.
Tourism, human circulation considered as consumption ... is fundamentally nothing more than the leisure of going to see what has b ...
To be a tourist is to escape accountability. Errors and failings don't cling to you the way they do back home. You're able to drif ...
In the middle ages people were tourists because of their religion, whereas now they are tourists because tourism is their religion ...
Those whose goal it is to sell domestic dwellings hope to persuade their patsies that a house and a home are identical, and thus a ...
You desire to embrace it, to caress it, to possess it; and finally a soft sense of possession grows up and your visit becomes a pe ...
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