This article examines how Lisbon’s and Barcelona’s identities have been represented in literary guides to those cities by two different kind of writers. The first two guides are intended for the emerging cultural tourist in the early XXth century: Fernando Pessoa, What the Tourist Should See (1925), and Carles Soldevila, L’art d’ensenyar Barcelona (1929). These books will be analyzed in contrast with two more recent ones, José Cardoso Pires, Lisboa, Livro de Bordo (1997) and Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Barcelonas (1987). From the analysis of these examples emerges a theory of the art of teaching the cities of Lisbon and Barcelona: between letters and images.

L’art d’ensenyar la ciutat (Lisboa i Barcelona): entre lletres i imatges

Bou, Enric
2020

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This article examines how Lisbon’s and Barcelona’s identities have been represented in literary guides to those cities by two different kind of writers. The first two guides are intended for the emerging cultural tourist in the early XXth century: Fernando Pessoa, What the Tourist Should See (1925), and Carles Soldevila, L’art d’ensenyar Barcelona (1929). These books will be analyzed in contrast with two more recent ones, José Cardoso Pires, Lisboa, Livro de Bordo (1997) and Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Barcelonas (1987). From the analysis of these examples emerges a theory of the art of teaching the cities of Lisbon and Barcelona: between letters and images.
Capitales, espaces et imaginaires ibériques XIXe-XXIe siècles : tisser des relations
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