Bidaia-Ikuspenak A. Abbadiaren 1835eko Karnetean
ARKOTXA, Aurelia (1998) Bidaia-Ikuspenak A. Abbadiaren 1835eko Karnetean. Inx: Antoine d'Abbadie 1897-1997: Congrés International = Ezhoiko kongresua. Eusko Ikaskuntza Euskaltzaindia, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 509-521. ISBN 84-89516-71-5
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In the following article A.Arkotxa-Scarcia highlights the major themes that stimulate the young scientist A. Abbadie's thoughts as they are recorded in is 1835 journal of is trip to Great Britain, Ireland, and the Basque country. Such major thems are time, people, manmade environment and nature. Abbadie is sensitive to the passing of time on the road. His impressions also differ whether, he travels by mail-carriage, steamship or on foot. People impress A. Abbadie in different ways whether he drafts a portrait of some candidates to the London elections or attends to the Cambridge regattas. By man-made environment, A. Arkotxa-Scarcia means how cities, churches and monuments influence the traveller. Nature's impact on A.Abbadie is also subdivided into the unspoiled landscapes and the farmlands or gardens that have been transformed by human toil. A. Arkotxa-Scarcia then also highlights A. Abbadie's interest in technological progress and how the 1835 trip is a preparatory springboard for the author's later voyage to Ethiopia.
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