As soon as one enters the world of Walworth, in Great Expectations, one sees a whole new character in Wemmick, which is partly due to his having come far from the Newgate prison, and partly his sylvanity that emerges from the utopia he has constructed around his castle.
What could have been a more appropriate choice than casting Marion Cottilard in A Good Year or Midnight in Paris to augment those Francestuous elements that have historically enthralled the colonials and the Americans, alike?
Although Gina tried to leave him and his memories back in Vietnam, whenever it rained she would go and sit near Marble Arch, and nurse the words of the petrichorist with whom she had spent the most memorable days of her life.
As Hanson and Garrad, the two retired officers of the British army, planned their cartographical conquest over Ffynnon Garw, the local Welsh folk began raising their beloved mound from a surmountainous "hill" to a peak that that scaled well over the stipulated 1000 ft., so as to be able to see it on His Majesty's Ordnance maps as a mountain.
It reminded Lara of what was, and what she believed could have been, as she leaned out of the window--and saw the bicyclists down the road, and the shoppers returned from their exploits--of her empty flat, sniffing in the crepuscularoma.
Being an institution of contradictions and a passionate Stalingraduate, Adolf would have defended Stalin at any world court and equally emphatically smuggled copies of Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago, to the CIA.
Walking through the countryside of Vietnam, was a mystifying experience for Josh, who had gone there to seek examples of colonial architecture or vestiges of American occupation, but the miragincense of the woods and the distant cottages kept distracting him.
"The kinds of Lisa and Jamie," she went on exasperatedly, "who can't afford Paris and take a trip to Pandora instead, are nothing better than globetrottermites feeding off the impoverished snapshots posted on their timelines."
Joshua was seven when he first travelled to Moscow, where he was exposed to the work of Boris Pasternak, at a roadside book-vendor's. Back in Dublin, he went on to consider that experience his definitive pupilgrimage into the world of modern Russian Literature.
Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather series can be said to be haunted by mediterraneanderthal daylight (which add that pinkish hue to its cinematography) and migrant oranges (the uncredited characters in its dramatis personae).
Whenever Sarina returned from her travels, Paul patiently waited for her to unfold the albums of photographs which she had taken in far and distant lands, each captioned with a trite travellogism to mark where and how she came across her subjects. These incidents eventually took a heavy toll on their relationship.
More than the quest for her lost roots, it was Natasha's meanderelict nature which took her to the narrow bylanes of Prague, where, as the legend went on to say, she literally dissipated into the walls.
The two most famous detective fiction novelists from Britain, Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie, were also great locoraconteurs; what with the Charing Cross trysts of Watson and Holmes, or the murder mystery set on the Orient Express.
The whole series of Forrest Gump's personal journeys in the film is a circle of wanderlustrating acts of American innocence, as though in a penance for the simple idealism of the American dream.
Take for instance Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Purloined Letter," in which the letter, whose contents are never revealed, and therefore never understood, can be said to belong to an absolute realm of crypepistolary.
One of the most endearing and alienating features—at the same time—that make Bertram Wooster a household name is his travelures, in which he dresses the part of a dandy, but plays the aimless wanderer.
What Charles Baudelaire leaves as his poetic voyeurythmics of Paris, Walter Benjamin later explores in his classic essay "The Flâneur"; accordingly, the flâneur is a voyeur-par-excellence, and is like a "prince who is everywhere in possession of his incognito."
The Globetrotter's Glossary: Word of the Day is Gasperambulation: Algernon's curiosity was excited when he saw the same man—for the third consecutive week—gasperambulating round the square, in Fitzrovia, just as he was about to enter his apartment.