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By: Anna Mª Iglesia
Published by: Wunderkammer
Softcover. 160 pages. 11 x 16,5 cm
The image of the flâneur walking the 19th century Paris streets has become a cultural icon. But what about flâneuses? They also existed, even if they were made invisible or reviled. Their desire to be present in the urban space and claim a voice of its own gave way to a series of rights that even today we need to consolidate: right to occupy the streets; right to look without being seen; right not to consume or be consumed; right to exist alone; right to authorship. This critical journey through the history of the flâneuses, which brings together a large group of writers, thinkers and activists, is fully valid and becomes a literary and feminist manifesto that claims walking as an act of insubordination.
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