ture on the road . . . literature on the road . . . literature on the road . . . litera

surveys of writers and writings
Klaus Theweleit, Pocahontas in Wonderland, Shakespeare on Tour "Surmounting Every Barrier", yet "Trampling on People": Real Roads, Rail Roads and Visions of the West
The Streets Trodden by Stephen Crane Streets in the Fiction of Jay McInerney and Bret Easton Ellis


. . . because to travel, or at least to travel in a certain way, is to write
(first of all because to travel is to read),
and to write is to travel.”

Michel Butor, “Travel and Writing”

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