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Pietr-le-Letton arrive à Paris. Nul doute qu'il est là pour réaliser une des colossales escroqueries dont il est coutumier. Le commissaire Maigret, qui a reçu son signalement, le repère à son arrivée en gare du Nord. Il s'apprête à le filer lorsqu'un employé du educate l'entraîne vers un compartiment où gît le cadavre d'un homme, parfait sosie du Letton.
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In adopting Foucault’s analysis of the medical gaze and of the organisation of deviance, Urry suggests that by investigating the ‘bizarre and idiosyncratic’, we can ‘reveal interesting and signiﬁcant aspects of “normal” societies’ (1990: 2). Tourism certainly presents us with a wealth of bizarre and idiosyncratic practices, and many of them are related to the encounter with different kinds of landscape which may be interpreted in relation to landscape ‘at home’. One could, indeed, argue that the rise of tourism industries has provided one of the major driving forces for changes to the visual appearance of landscapes, both externally and internally, in terms of changing interpretations of the visual experience.