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    Tramp

    Tramp

    Tramp (or the art of living a wild and poetic life)

    Forfatter Seagull

    Forventes i salg 29.01.2019

    269,-

    ISBN:

    9781906497682

    Forlag:

    Seagull

    Trykkeår:

    2019

    Utgitt:

    2019

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    313

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Tramp
    Seagull
    9781906497682

    Forlagets omtale:

    "Why travel?" asks Tomas Espedal in Tramp .Why not just stay at home, in your room, in your house, in the place you like better than any other, your own place. The familiar house, the requisite rooms in which we have gathered the things we need, a good bed, a desk, a whole pile of books. The LES MER windows giving on to the sea and the garden with its apple trees and holly hedge, a beautiful garden, growing wild." The first step in any trip or journey is always a footstep-the brave or curious act of putting one foot in front of the other and stepping out of the house onto the sidewalk below. Here, Espedal contemplates what this ambulatory mode of travel has meant for great artists and thinkers, including Rousseau, Kant, Hazlitt, Thoreau, Rimbaud, Whitman, Giacometti, and Robert Louis Stevenson. In the process, he confronts his own inability to write from a fixed abode and his refusal to banish the temptation to become permanently itinerant. Lyrical and rebellious, immediate and sensuous, Tramp entertainingly conveys Espedal's own need to explore on foot-in places as diverse as Wales and Turkey-and offers us the excitement and adventure of being a companion on his fascinating and intriguing travels. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale "Why travel?" asks Tomas Espedal in Tramp .Why not just stay at home, in your room, in your house, in the place you like better than any other, your own place. The familiar house, the requisite rooms in which we have gathered the things we need, a good bed, a desk, a whole pile of books. The windows giving on to the sea and the garden with its apple trees and holly hedge, a beautiful garden, growing wild." The first step in any trip or journey is always a footstep-the brave or curious act of putting one foot in front of the other and stepping out of the house onto the sidewalk below. Here, Espedal contemplates what this ambulatory mode of travel has meant for great artists and thinkers, including Rousseau, Kant, Hazlitt, Thoreau, Rimbaud, Whitman, Giacometti, and Robert Louis Stevenson. In the process, he confronts his own inability to write from a fixed abode and his refusal to banish the temptation to become permanently itinerant. Lyrical and rebellious, immediate and sensuous, Tramp entertainingly conveys Espedal's own need to explore on foot-in places as diverse as Wales and Turkey-and offers us the excitement and adventure of being a companion on his fascinating and intriguing travels.

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