2 edition of The smell of the continent found in the catalog.
The smell of the continent
Includes bibliographical references (p. 323-365) and index.
|Statement||Richard Mullen and James Munson.|
|LC Classifications||D919 .M96 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 380 p. :|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||2009529288|
This passage from one of Mrs Trollope’s many travel books and which opens Richard Mullen and James Munson’s The Smell Of The Continent provides Author: Peter Burton. How to Describe a Smell. We have plenty of words to describe other senses and experiences, but the sense of 'smell' seems to defy words. The human sense of smell is not heavily used compared to that of many animals. Still, it's a deep and 80%(10).
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Paperback The Smell of the Continent vividly reveals that the gulf between the "traveler" and the "tourist" was as wide in our great-grandparents' time as it is today.
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Historians James Munson and Richard Mullen examine just what it was about the smell of the continent that so attracted British travellers in the hundred years from the The smell of the continent book of Napoleon to the outbreak of the First World War.
It was the first time in history that the British, en masse, set out to discover Europe. : The Smell Of The Continent: The British Discover Europe eBook: James Munson, Richard Mullen: Kindle Store/5(6).
One doesn't often think of the history of leisure travel and "The Smell of the Continent" is a sometimes humorous look at how travel has progressed but how some things remain timeless and universal, such as complaining about food, lodgings, and the throngs of fellow tourists/5(6).
In the quayside at Calais inthe novelist Frances Trollope recorded an exchange between a new arrival from Britain and a more seasoned traveller. '"What a dreadful smell!" said the. 'The Smell of the Continent’: The British Discover Europe. by Richard Mullen and James Munson. MACMILLAN, £20, pp. Available from Telegraph Books Author: Claire Harman.
The Smell of the Continent Paperback ‘I remember being much amused last year, when landing at Calais,’ wrote Mrs Frances Trollope in her book, Paris and the Parisians, ‘at the answer made by an old traveller to a novice making his first voyage. Jonny Mardling reviews The Smell of the Continent by Richard Mullen and James Munson, an extremely entertaining voyage through the infancy of the British exploration of Europe.
The Smell of the Continent: by Richard Mullen and James Munson: review The Victorians abroad ere faced with rancid food, stinking drains and. The Smell Of The Continent: The British Discover Europe by Richard Mullen I remember being much amused last year, when landing at Calais, wrote Mrs.
Frances Trollope in her book, Paris and the Parisians, at the answer made by an old traveler to a novice making his first voyage. The smell of the continent. [Richard Mullen; James Munson] -- At the end of the Napoleanic wars, the British with the money and time, were able to travel to the places they had heard and read so much about.
In Calais,the following exchange was heard between a new arrival from Britain and a more seasoned traveller. Aside from the smell, reading books has many benefits.
Noticing scents isn’t just a way of figuring out where you are—it’s also a way to reach long-forgotten : Marissa Laliberte. Such literature was essential because everything was unfamiliar, even perilous. Reading the hilarious and hair-raising ways in which travellers battled with inadequate passports, unfamiliar food, noxious sanitation, flea-ridden pensions, uncertain postal services, bumpy roads, bandits and gigolos, one is filled with a huge admiration at their determination – and the degree of their success.
The Impossible Seventh Continent. These days, most places are easily accessible. From the tips of our fingers, we can book a flight and arrive in nearly any corner of the world and usually for a very reasonable price. Yet, what remains one of the most difficult journeys is to the only one of the continents that actually hosts no permanent human.
New Books: The smell of new books can be attributed to three factors: the paper itself (it smells good because of the chemicals used to manufacture it), the ink used to print the book, and the adhesives used in the process of book-binding. If we look at the smell of paper itself, we would find that a lot of chemicals are used to manufacture paper (although it is largely manufactured from wood.
Well, science has gotten to the bottom of why the book smell is so irresistible. Researchers at University College London’s Institute for Sustainable Heritage conducted an experiment asking how participants felt about a number of different aromas.
Among them, of course, was an old book. Their findings were published in Heritage Science."The Smell of the Continent" vividly reveals that the gulf between the 'traveller' and the 'tourist' was as wide in our great-grandparents' time as it is today.
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