Through a case study of the novel Les Événements by the contemporary French author Jean Rolin, it seeks to demonstrate how any given place in a narrative, be it real or fictional, can be grasped as an evolving sum of fragments that serve to situate, circumscribe, and characterize it progressively.
If our nature is disappearing then a new one must emerge and architecture is the relationship humans build between the earth and the sky. If we are to survive on this earth we have to completely rethink our relationship with the earth and reinvent the way we inhabit the earth.
Forming a national identity is a process indispensable to the concept of a nation. Inseparable from the theory of nationalism, the formation of national identity is used by governments to gain legitimacy by claiming the national and political units of the state should be congruent.