For the armchair traveller, three poetic journeys that fundamentally changed those who took them.
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At once a travel narrative, an allegorical journey, a withering comment on State-Building, a humanist philosophy of life, a preparation for death and a prophecy of resurrection (both for Armenia and f...
The great Victorian William Morris was fascinated by Iceland, which inspired him to write one of the masterpieces of travel literature. Poet Lavinia Greenlaw follows in his footsteps, combining excerp...
In this revealing ‘psycho-geography’, Dennis Marks makes a journey through the eastern borderlands of Europe to uncover the truth about Roth’s lost world. The result is a riveting and involvin...
‘If we travel to escape ourselves, we also find it difficult to leave ourselves behind.’ – Lavinia Greenlaw
Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland by Lavinia Greenlaw
Journey to Armenia by Osip Mandelstam
Wandering Jew: The Search for Joseph Roth by Dennis Marks
Three thought provoking essays on prosaic journeys through mainland Europe, Iceland and Armenia.
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