light gazing, ışığa bakmak

Monday, October 12, 2015

enfim, assuntos mais produtivos ("cartographic exactitude")

uma review no Financial Times.

For Wordsworth, to walk was to think, and Mevlut shares with the Romantics an almost spiritual commitment to the stroll. The street seller becomes a kind of flâneur. “Walking around the city at night made him feel as if he were wandering around inside his own head,” writes Pamuk. “That was why whenever he spoke to the walls, advertisements, shadows, and strange and mysterious shapes he couldn’t see in the night, he always felt as if he was talking to himself.”

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