Document Type

Paper

Publication Date

2015

Faculty Sponsor

Meredith Goldsmith

Department Chair

Rebecca Jaroff

Abstract

My project explores the urban geography of Paris, as depicted by Rhys, through theories of space articulated by Walter Benjamin, Michel de Certeau, and Gaston Bachelard. I will provide some theoretical context to show how approaching this novel from a spatial perspective can help us understand Sasha’s experience. Additionally, I explore how Sasha’s gendered body moves through these spaces, how place and space affect her identity, and how mapping this novel can enrich the experience of the reader, especially a reader who is unfamiliar with interwar Paris.

Rhys Map Index.docx (240 kB)
Map index

Annotated bibliography.docx (24 kB)
Annotated bibliography

emilyduffy-genesis statement and reflection.docx (19 kB)
Genesis statement

Rhys CoSA presentation.pptx (25971 kB)

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