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Keeping the Paths Beaten: Robert Macfarlane, Linda Cracknell and Stuart McAdam’s Hodological Scotland

  • Camille Manfredi
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Part of the Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies book series (GSLS)

Abstract

This chapter focuses on place-inspired texts and walking performances by Robert Macfarlane, Linda Cracknell and Stuart McAdam as verbal and non-verbal reactions elicited by physical encounters with an environment that is ‘rewalked’ and trodden upon before it can be imagined.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Camille Manfredi
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  1. 1.University of NantesNantes Cedex 1France

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