« This notion of periphrastic absolute displacements of persons to or outside city limits, to the literal margins of urban space. It merely entails their circumscription in terms of location and their limitation in terms of access – to power, to (the fences may be physical or imagined. In short, periphrastic space implies dislocation, displacement, and division. »

Blomley, David Delaney, and Richard T. Ford, eds., The Legal Geographies Reader (Oxford, Blackwell Publishers, 2001) 54  at 71-72.


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