A cross, a point and a line: Le tour du monde en un clin d’oeil, the world seen from Paris

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December 30, 2014

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Jack Keilo ( Jacques Keilo ), « A cross, a point and a line: Le tour du monde en un clin d’oeil, the world seen from Paris », Centrici, ID : 10670/1.6x059s


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The map we are presenting here is spectacular: Le tour du Monde en un clin d’oeil (the world in the blink of an eye) is an example of how “we” tend to put ourselves in the centre of our representation of the world, thus conceive “ourselves” as the centre of the world. FIGURE 1: Le tour du monde en un clin d’œil of Le Monde Illustré, 1876   Le tour du monde en un clin d’œil of Le Monde Illustré The map was a supplement to the First of January’s Le Monde Illustré, a then-famous French magazine...

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