Travel & Reading

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Image by Arriba. Retrieved from Flickr. Used under Creative Commons' licensing.

Image by Arriba. Retrieved from Flickr. Used under Creative Commons’ licensing.

Think about the ways in which travel shapes our lives?

  • It is an escape.
  • It requires us to let go while others are at the helm.
  • It expands self concept.
  • It allows us to experience the exquisiteness and at times, the degradation of the world around us.

In a recent article in Book Riot, the author Jeremy Anderberg, binds these same contextual ideologies of travel with the literary world. Click here to read his full article, Reading as Travel (October 2013.)

 

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