From the moment the first American author put pen to paper, the vast and varied landscape of the United States has been an essential part of America’s literary tradition. Through their vivid descriptions, American authors have allowed generations of readers to experience the majesty of the land through their characters’ eyes, making the landscape an indispensable part of the story. This exhibition showcases 14 American writers and their relationship with the cities and natural world that surrounded them, combining words, photos, and modern technology to create a truly immersive experience. So come lose yourself in the vistas of the United States, as you explore America’s Literary Landscape.
Venue: 1st Floor, Exhibition Room D, National Museum of Taiwan Literature
Organizer:American Institute in Taiwan, National Museum of Taiwan Literature