Maxime et Gérard vont à Constantinople

Translated title of the contribution: Maxime and Gérard go to Constantinople

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Abstract

The article is about Du Camp's Souvenirs et Paysages d'Orient (1848). These are an account of his trip to Turkey, mainly to Constantinople in the summer of 1844. Camp had an illustrous predecessor since Nerval had been in Constantinople for three whole months in 1843. It is interesting to compare the two travel narratives as Nerval's memories, collected in LEs Nuits du Ramazan, appeared after those from Du Camp in 1850.
Translated title of the contributionMaxime and Gérard go to Constantinople
Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationMaxime Du Camp polygraphe
EditorsThierry Poyet
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherClassiques Garnier
Pages225-245
Number of pages21
EditionMinores XIX-XX
ISBN (Print)978-2-406-09573-6
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameLa Revue des lettres modernes
Volume2019-4

Keywords

  • Travel
  • Romanticism
  • East
  • Nerval
  • The Grand tour

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    Brix, M. (2019). Maxime et Gérard vont à Constantinople. In T. Poyet (Ed.), Maxime Du Camp polygraphe (Minores XIX-XX ed., pp. 225-245). (La Revue des lettres modernes; Vol. 2019-4). Classiques Garnier.