Linee di costa e città di fiume e mare:Agrigento, Barcellona,Lipari, Lisbona,Porto, Sciacca, Trapani, Troia e altre storie,

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Ulysses syndrome is the exasperating search for a geographical space that is born from the coastline relationship - seaside city and has its roots in the most relevant mythical and religious world to tap into an order of knowledge characterized by a poignant spirit of inquiry and discovery. It matters little that the coastline may be the tragic swing of the sea between Scylla and Charybdis or brunosa coast of the Phoenicians; as well as the seaside city can identify with the Palace of Ithaca - the equivalent of the Minoan palace-city - the Ulysses syndrome occurs mainly in the consuming desire of introspection and contextual resilience to erratic song of the sirens.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationURBACOST. Un progetto pilota per la Sicilia centrale
Pages329-335
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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