Navigating to the cemetery of lost books



Cemetery of lost books

Originally uploaded by kpata

The navigation guide in the book ‘Shadow of the wind’ provides a good example how literature is nowadays locatively perceived.

I write this because this is on my opinion one good example of new narrative hybrid tourist-maps that bind imaginary action to locations as it was a real component of places.

First i remembered this because this is a book of importance to me and i think to the one who gave me this book when i work on ecology ideas.

Besides locating artifacts to places, the artifacts and meanings that contextualize artifacts can locate artifacts into totally different places than where they were originally taken or made.

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~ kirjutas kaipata &emdash; veebruar 2, 2009.

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