DISEZDakar Integrated Special Economic Zone
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(69.) James Buzard explores this tension in his excellent The Beaten Track: European Tourism, Literature and the Ways to Culture, 1800-1918 (Oxford, 1993); see also Le Disez, Etrange Bretagne; two other works that have shaped my thinking on discourses of decline and loss in tourism and travel writing are Michel de Certeau, "The Beauty of the Dead: Nisard," in Heterohgies: Discourse on the Other (Minneapolis, 2000); and Marilyn Ivy, Discourses of the Vanishing: Modernity, Phantasm, Japan (Chicago, 1995).
Le Disez, Jean Ives 2002: Etrange Bretagne: recits de voyageurs britanniques en Bretagne, 1830-1900.
Jean-Yves Le Disez examines the tension between wildness and gentrification in accounts of Brittany; Peter Hulme considers the impact of the USA on the Caribbean in the nineteenth century; and Erdmute Wenzel White describes writing on Brazil as instances of the 'fantastic made literal' (p.