Publication
Title
Narratives of loss and order and imaging the Belgian landscape, 1900-1945
Author
Abstract
In their article "Narratives of Loss and Order and Imaging the Belgian Landscape 1900-1945" Bruno Notteboom and David Peleman analyze a number of publications on landscape, focusing on narratives constructed by means of landscape images published in Belgium. With the work of Jean Massart and Emile Vanderwelde as a point of departure, Notteboom and Peleman discuss popularizing publications in the fields of botany, agricultural education, and tourism, as well as an urban planning. They address the three realms of landscape narratives defined by Matthew Potteiger and Jamie Purinton as story, context/intertext, and discourse. Notteboom and Peleman distinguish three recurrent operations or narrative techniques: framing, sequencing, and juxtaposing whereby their main argument is that in spite of their ideological differences the publications they discuss seek a way of dealing with processes of modernization and with the loss of a traditional way of living defined by a direct relation with the land.
Language
English
Source (journal)
CLCWeb: comparative literature and culture: a WWWeb journal. - -
Source (book)
Thematic issue : new work on landscape and its narration / Verraest, Sofie [edit.]
Publication
2012
ISSN
1481-4374
Volume/pages
14:3(2012), p. 1-9
ISI
000321252000012
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Publication type
Subject
External links
Web of Science
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Creation 12.10.2015
Last edited 27.11.2017