There were many travelogues
in Malayalam, written in verse form, mostly about visits to religious places like Kashi and Gangotri.
Ekaterina Dashkova would later initiate an evolution in the genre: her self-styled narrative voice anticipated further development in subsequent Russian travelogues
This is a philosophical narration as opposed to a typical travelogue
. Utilizing guides such as Gustave Flaubert, John Ruskin, and William Wordsworth.
This entertaining book, designed as a travelogue
of Mars, includes maps, pictures, history lessons, and advice on touring.
Instead, what she shares here are entries that seem to come from her journal, a travelogue
of her experiences.
And the questions in question, as philosopher-curator Marie-Jose Mondzain explains in the remarkable travelogue
that serves as catalogue essay, have to do with what is physically, perceptually lacking in the individual works themselves: a succession of spaces, going from what she calls the traditional "space of readability and visibility" in Chinese culture to the potential space of a civil society in the making, via the contemporary space of the visual arts.
A mixture of personal and cultural history, travelogue
and the workings of the medical world, this memoir takes readers from youthful escapades to the responsibilities of managing a nationwide mother and child health programme.
ISLAMABAD -- Famous urdu poet, humorist, travelogue
writer and columnist Ibn-e-Insha was remembered on his 89th birth anniversary on Wednesday.
Every Day in Tuscany: Seasons of An Italian Life pairs 25 original recipes with a fine travelogue
and chronicle of Tuscany's people, art, cuisine and lifestyle, making this much more of a memoir and travelogue
than a recipe book.
A frank travelogue
, that reflects upon Australia's natural beauty and majestic history as well as the author's personal quest, Inside Out Down Under blends wonder, exploration, spirituality, and joy into a thoroughly satisfying travelogue
Part memoir, part travelogue
, This Is Our Place, This Is Our Home is the story of author Joan Edward's experience traveling through and living in Newfoundland, and perfectly captures the rhythm of daily life along the coast, in harmony with the gifts of the sea.
The author's own travelogue
in search of Nicholas' spirit and bones makes for a passionate, lively study.