Invisible Cities: . Concept City, Remote Cities, Nature and Music . Outline. Italo Calvino & The Invisible Cities Your Views? Patterns of the Invisible Cities Other Kinds of Invisible Cities The Music Garden Conclusion ?. Italo Calvino . One of the world's foremost postmodern authors;
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Concept City, Remote Cities, Nature and Music
Structure of Invisible Cities
1. Cities and memory. 1. –Diomira – past happiness;
Cities and memory. 2. – Isidora – past desire;
Cities and memory. 3. – Zaira – past connections;
Cities and memory. 4. – Zora – described point by point, unmoved till it disappears;
2. Cities and memory. 5. –Maurilla – a postcard city
1. Cities and desire. 1. –Dorothea – 2 ways of describing a city
Cities and desire. 2. – Anastasia –describing the city vs. full experience
Cities and desire. 3. – Despina -- 2 perception of a city
2. Cities and desire. 4.–Fedora -- with a mental city which turns into a museum;
1, Cities and signs. 1. – Tamara – arbitrary signs
Cities and signs. 2. – Zirma – The city is redundant, so is our memory, because they are repetitive.
2 Cities and signs. 3.–Zoe – a city which is a mixture of functions.
1. Thin cities. 1. – Isaura – a city of wells two religions; (東石鄉; Venice?)
2. Thin cities. 2. –Zenobia – a city of platforms, balcony and ladders; not happy or unhappy, but one generating desires.
2. Trading cities. 1. – Euphemia – where merchants meet; to buy and sell, but also to tell stories.
Suite#1 I – Prelude II – Allemande III -Courante, IV – Sarabande, V - Menuet I , VI - Gigue
Response to the environment
Bk 7; adjusted in the new plan Bk 14
Bk 8; 12
Bks 10; 6