'So the flaneur goes for a walk in his room': Interior, arcade, cinema, metropolis

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Intimate Metropolis: Urban Subjects in the Modern City, 2009, 1, pp. 72 - 89
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To develop this reading, this chapter investigates a series of experiences and cultural forms that constitute the intimate metropolis: the domestic interior, the shopping arcade, the cinema, and a series of figures which inhabit and pass through these contexts: the rentier, the collector, the ffaneur and the cinephile. Weaving through their relationships is an explication of the fate of experience in a commodity culture that developed thl·ough the nineteenth century, and has come to be seen critically through its impact in the twentieth century.
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