'Powered flight is one of the wonders of the modern world and the worlds it inhabits, both literally and metaphorically, are the subject of David Pascoe's eclectic and intelligent book ... a thought-provoking analysis.' - Financial Times ' ... the scope of Mr Pascoe's rumination is impressive' - The Economist 'Personal observations fuse with meditations on air accidents, architecture, literature, and film to give us the full picture of the metaphorical and literal territory of the air, always readable, never irrelevant. Airspaces could well be the guidebook to tomorrow we've been waiting for.' - Untold London
About the Author
David Pascoe is Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Glasgow. He is the author of Peter Greenaway: Museums and Moving Images (Reaktion, 1997).