Fl neuse Una paseante en Par s Nueva York Tokio Venecia y Londres El fl neur naci en el Par s del siglo XIX Su h bitat natural son los boulevards de la ciudad Las multitudes son su dominio al igual que el aire es del p jaro y el agua es de los peces escribi Baude

  • Title: Flâneuse: Una paseante en París, Nueva York, Tokio, Venecia y Londres
  • Author: Lauren Elkin
  • ISBN: 8416665931
  • Page: 325
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  • El fl neur naci en el Par s del siglo XIX Su h bitat natural son los boulevards de la ciudad Las multitudes son su dominio, al igual que el aire es del p jaro y el agua es de los peces , escribi Baudelaire El fl neur es un hombre que no participa en la multitud, sino que la observa Una ostra central de perceptibilidad, un ojo enorme , escribi Virginia Woolf Pero entonces, qu ser a una fl neuse La versi n femenina del fl neur no solo observa, sino que participa Su presencia en un espacio que tradicionalmente no le pertenece supone un desaf o Elkin hace un recorrido literal y metaf rico de las ciudades en las que ha vivido, y, a trav s de sus paseos, nos descubre una nueva mirada y reivindica la experiencia singular que constituye pasear siendo mujer.

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    382 thoughts on “Flâneuse: Una paseante en París, Nueva York, Tokio, Venecia y Londres”

    1. Libro muy interesante sobre un asunto poco conocido: las mujeres también han pasado, aunque menos que los hombres, es cierto


    2. Flaneuse doesn’t deliver what it seems to promise— to examine whether there can be a female counterpart of Baudelaire’s flaneur. Can women ever, like men, move freely through urban space observing and drinking in the panorama of public streetscapes? Or are we eternally condemned to be the thing seen rather than the seer?The author is actually after different issues. For her, flaneur versus flaneuse becomes a shorthand way of asking when, where and how women are free to occupy public space. [...]


    3. Being somewhat of a Flâneuse myself, I was looking forward to jumping into this one. It turns out that I had a mixed experience. On one hand, some of the historic information was surprisingly enjoyable. On the other, some of it was long-winded and seemingly irrelevant. Some sections really conveyed the author's experience, while others seemed to be holding back considerably. Overall, I would say that it starts off strong and generally goes downhill. However, there were enough nuggets of informa [...]


    4. I haven't still read it all but as a traveller who had gone to Tokyo, I read about her travel there and I liked the way she links the city and her personal work to get used to the japanese culture.


    5. Had hoped that her walks would reveal something about the cities on the cover, but only her Tokyo walks (where she couldn't lean on previous writers to fill the space) really showed Tokyo through a visitor's eyes. And Tokyo was only one short chapter.


    6. I love the idea of the female out in the city, walking and making her world through architecture, art, history, urban geography. Elkin's writing boasts an intelligent style and voice and clearly she has traveled with an open eye and heart. Most sections of prose invite the reader to sink into a delicious reverie of walking as a woman in the cities of the world. Other passages seem distracted and, so, lose the forward momentum of being in a woman's body as a way of experiencing the world. It is e [...]


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