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David Matless described forty-four locations in the Broads’: nature reserves, towns, riversides, marshes, seasides, waterways broad and narrow, broads landlocked and connected. An inventory of fact, digression, memory and reverie.
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“Force yourself to see more flatly,”so said Georges Perec in Species of Spaces – a way of seeing which framed the descriptions David Matless makes of the forty-four locations in the Broads’: nature reserves, towns, riversides, marshes, seasides, waterways broad and narrow, broads landlocked and connected. The writing rubs against conventional forms of attention and styles of seeing, creating inventories that encompass fact, digression, memory and reverie. If Broadland is a flat landscape, with few rises, it remains possible to see more flatly.
96 pages, 234 x 142mm, paperback with flaps
ISBN 978 1 910010 05 1
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