James Buzard demonstrates the ways in which the distinction between tourist and traveller has developed and how the circulation of the two terms influenced how 19th and 20th century writers on Europe viewed themselves and presented themselves in writing.
Tourist and traveller in the network of nineteenth-century travel -- Tourism and anti-tourism : conventions and strategies -- A scripted continent : British and American travel-writers in Europe, c.1825-1875 -- Ambivalent appropriations : culture and the tourist in James -- Forster's trespasses : tourism and cultural politics
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