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Aiken, C.S. 2009. William Faulkner and the Southern Landscape. University of Georgia Press.

Alexander, N. 2007. “Mapping Junkspace: Ciaran Carson’s Urban Cartographies.” Textual Practice 21 (3): 505–532.

Alexander, N. 2007. “The Carceral City and the City of Refuge: Belfast Fiction and Urban Form.” The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies: 28–38.

Alexander, N. 2008. “Deviations from the Known Route: Writing and Walking in Ciaran Carson’s Belfast.” Irish Studies Review 16 (1): 41–54.

Allison, J. 2001. “W.B. Yeats, space, and cultural nationalism.” ANQ 14 (4): 55–67.

Amit-Kochavi, H. 2006. “Haifa—Sea and Mountain, Arab Past and Jewish Present, as Reflected by Four Writers.” Israel Studies: 142–167.

Arnold, B. 2006. “‘ It Began This Way’: The Synonymy of Cartography and Writing as Utopian Cognitive Mapping in Herland.” Utopian Studies 17 (2): 299–316.

Avilez, G. S. 2008. “Housing the Black Body: Value, Domestic Space, and Segregation Narratives.” African American Review 42 (1): 135–147.

Baer, L.D., and W.M. Gesler. 2004. “Reconsidering the concept of therapeutic landscapes in JD Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye.” Area 36 (4): 404–413.

Baker, A. 2006. Heartless immensity: literature, culture, and geography in antebellum America. University of Michigan Press.

Balfe, M. 2004. “Incredible geographies? Orientalism and genre fantasy.” Social & Cultural Geography 5 (1): 75–90.

Bann, S. 2008. “Proust, Ruskin, Stokes, and the Topographical Project.” In Literature & Place, 1800-2000.

Banting, P. 2000. “The Angel in the Glacier Geography As Intertext in Thomas Wharton’s Icefields.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 7 (2) (July 1): 67–80.

Barchas, J. 2009. “Mapping Northanger Abbey: Or, Why Austen’s Bath of 1803 Resembles Joyce’s Dublin of 1904.” The Review of English Studies 60 (245) (June 1): 431–459.

Barley, A. 2007. “Home as Sanctuary Stories of Secrets and Sadness in Fire on the Mountain and The Blue Bedspread.” Narrative Inquiry 17 (1): 119–139.

Barnard, R. 2002. “Tourism Comes to Haworth.” Literature and Tourism: 143.

Barnett, C. 2005. “Disseminating Africa: Burdens of Representation and the African Writers Series.” New Formations 57 (December 1): 74-94.

Barry, P. 2000. Contemporary British Poetry and the City. Manchester Univ Pr.

Baumgarten, M. 2008. “Urban Labyrinths: Dickens and the Pleasures of Place.” In Literature & Place, 1800-2000, 69–86.

Bavidge, J. 2006. “Stories in Space: The Geographies of Children’s Literature.” Children’s Geographies 4 (3): 319–30.

Baynham, M. 2003. “Narratives in space and time: Beyond ‘backdrop’ accounts of narrative orientation.” Narrative Inquiry 13 (2): 347-366

Berland, J. 2005. “After the Fact: Spatial Narratives in the Canadian Imaginary.” New Formations 57: 39-55.

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Bone, M. 2005. The Postsouthern Sense of Place in Contemporary Fiction. Louisiana State University Press.

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Carter, P. L. 2006. “The Penumbral Spaces of Nella Larsen’s Passing: Undecidable bodies, mobile identities, and the deconstruction of racial boundaries.” Gender, Place & Culture 13 (3): 227-246.

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Chu, M. 2000. “Someone Else’s Southerner: Opposed Essences in the Italian Novels of Michael Dibdin, Magdalen Nabb and Tim Parks’.” In Crime Scenes: Detective Narratives in European Culture Since 1945, 73–85. Rodopi.

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Closson, W. 2001. “A Land Beyond Words’: Rudy Wiebe’s A Discovery of Strangers.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 71–92. Rodopi.

Cooper, D. “Matter Matters: Topographical and Theological Space in the Poetry of Norman Nicholson.” The Yearbook of English Studies, 39 1, no. 2 (2009): 169–185.

Cooper, D. “The Poetics of Place and Space: Wordsworth, Norman Nicholson and the Lake District.” Literature Compass 5, no. 4 (2008): 807–821.

Costello, B. 2003. Shifting Ground: Reinventing Landscape in Modern American Poetry. Harvard Univ Pr.

Coughlan, D. 2001. “Situated Intertextuality: Networks, Borders and the Space of Literature.” Spaces and Crossings: Essays on Literature and Culture in Africa and Beyond: 73.

Coughlan, D. 2006. “Paul Auster’s City of Glass: The Graphic Novel.” MFS Modern Fiction Studies 52 (4): 832–854.

Coyle, F. 2001. “A Third Space? Post-Colonial Australia and the Fractal Landscape in Janette Turner Hospital’s The Last Magician and Oyster.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 111–130. Rodopi.

Crang, M. 2002. “Placing Jane Austen, displacing England: between book, history and nation.” Jane Austen and co. remaking the past in contemporary culture: 111-132.

Crang, M. 2008. “Placing Stories, Performing Places: Spatiality in Joyce and Austen.” Anglia – Zeitschrift für englische Philologie 126 (2): 312-329.

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Daugherty, J. 2001. “A Comparison of the Use of Space in Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi and Jane Taylor’s Ubu & the Truth Commission.” In Spaces and Crossings: Essays on Literature and Culture in Africa and Beyond, 349–361. Peter Lang.

Davis, A. 2000. Locations of literary modernism: region and nation in British and American modernist poetry. Cambridge University Press.

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Daya, S. 2010. “Eating, serving, and self-realisation: food and modern identities in contemporary Indian women’s writing.” Social & Cultural Geography 11 (5): 475–489.

della Dora, V. 2009. “Performative Atlases: Memory, Materiality, and (Co-)Authorship.” Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 44 (4): 240-255.

DeLyser, D. 2003. “Ramona Memories: Fiction, Tourist Practices, and Placing the Past in Southern California.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 93 (4): 886-908.

DeLyser, D. 2004. “Recovering social memories from the past: the 1884 novel Ramona and tourist practices in turn-of-the-century southern California.” Social & Cultural Geography 5 (3): 483-496.

DeLyser, D. 2005. Ramona memories: Tourism and the shaping of Southern California. University of Minnesota Press.

Dennis, R. 2000. “Morley Callaghan and the Moral Geography of Toronto.” British Journal of Canadian Studies 14 (1): 35–51.

Dennis, R. 2004. “George Gissing (1857-1903): London’s Restless Analyst.” The Gissing Journal 40 (3): 1–15.

Dennis, R. 2006. “Buildings, Residences and Mansions: George Gissing’s’ Prejudice Against Flats’.” In: Gissing and the City: Cultural Crisis and the Making of Books in Late Victorian England: 41–62.

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Dietrich, R. 2007. “Towards a Poetics of Liminality in ‘this Space Between Spaces’: The Shore Lines of Contemporary American Poetry.” Anglia – Zeitschrift Für Englische Philologie 125 (3) (January): 448–464.

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Dittmer, J. 2005. “Captain America’s empire: reflections on identity, popular culture, and post-9/11 geopolitics.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 95 (3): 626–643.

Dittmer, J. 2007a. “‘ America is safe while its boys and girls believe in its creeds!’: Captain America and American identity prior to World War 2.” Environment and Planning D 25 (3): 401-423.

Dittmer, J. 2007b. “Of Gog and Magog: The Geopolitical Visions of Jack Chick and Premillennial Dispensationalism.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 6 (2): 278–303.

Dittmer, J. 2007c. “The tyranny of the serial: popular geopolitics, the nation, and comic book discourse.” Antipode 39 (2): 247–268.

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Durham, C.A. 2002. “Falling into Fiction(s): Intertextual Travel and Translation in Rose Tremain’s ‘The Way I Found Her’.” Contemporary Literature 43 (3): 461.

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Edquist, Harriet. 2008. “Reading Modernity: Architecture and Urbanism in the Interwar Australian Novel.” Fabrications 18 (2): 50–69.

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Effron, M. 2009. “Fictional Murders in Real ‘Mean Streets’: Detective Narratives and Authentic Urban Geographies.” Journal of Narrative Theory 39 (3): 330-346.

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Elden, S. 2009. “Place Symbolism and Land Politics in Beowulf.” Cultural Geographies 16 (4) (October 23): 447–463.

Ellis, T. 2004. “The Topography of Dalian and the Cartography of Fantastic Asia in Anzai Fuyue’s Poetry.” Comparative Literature Studies 41 (4): 482–500.

Esty, J. 2007. “The Colonial Bildungsroman: ‘The Story of an African Farm’ and the Ghost of Goethe.” Victorian Studies: 407–430.

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Fielding, P. 2008. Scotland and the Fictions of Geography. Cambridge University Press.

Fordoński, K. 2007. “Mapping Europe in Verse. Poetic Cartography of Seamus Heaney.” Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny, LIV (3), 280-287.

Foster, J. 2005. “Northward, upward: stories of train travel, and the journey towards white South African nationhood, 1895-1950.” Journal of Historical Geography 31 (2): 296–315.

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Gesler, W. 2004. “Using Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick to Explore Geographic Themes.” Journal of Geography 103 (1): 28-37.

Gibson, S. 2004. “English Journeys: The Tourist, the Guidebook, and the Motorcar in The Remains of the Day.” Journeys 5 (2): 43–71.

Gilbert, R., J. Robinson, and A. Wallace, eds. 2000. The Walker’s Literary Companion. Breakaway Books.

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Glazer, M. 2001. “‘In the Language That Women Who Live in the Land Know / But Men Who Are Born Here Do Not Speak’: Language, Gender and Eretz Yisrael in the Poetry of Chava Pinchas-Cohen.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 355–380. Rodopi.

Godfrey, L.G. 2006. “Hemingway and Cultural Geography: The Landscape of Logging in ‘The End of Something.’” The Hemingway Review 26 (1): 47–62.

Gomel, E. 2009. “Shapes of the Past and the Future: Darwin and the Narratology of Time Travel.” Narrative 17 (3) (October): 334-352.

Goody, I. 2001. ““Lethal Space: Post-Colonial Environment as Spatial Extinction in Contemporary Writings of the Sub-Arctic North.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 401–418. Rodopi.

Goulet, A. 2007. “Legacies of the Rue Morgue: Street Names and Private-Public Violence in Modern French Crime Fiction.” Modern Language Quarterly 68 (1): 87–110.

Goulet, A. 2008. “Malet’s Maps and Butor’s Bleston: City-Space and Formal Play in the Roman Policier.” L’Esprit Créateur 48 (2): 46–59.

Gramich, K. 2005. “The Politics of Location: Nadine Gordimer’s Fiction Then and Now.” Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa 17 (2): 74–86.

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Harvan, M. 2001. “The Gods of the Delta: Ken Saro-Wiwa and the Literature of the Ogoni Struggle.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 241–264. Rodopi.

Hawley, J. 2001. “Levels of National Engagement in Ibrahim Tahir’s The Last Imam.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 265–274. Rodopi.

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Hersey, E. 2002. “Space Is a Frame We Map Ourselves In‘: The Feminist Geographies of Susan Howe’s Frame Structure.’” In The Greening of Literary Scholarship: Literature, Theory and the Environment, 131.

Hewitt, J. 2007. “‘Such Girls as You Would Hardly See Anywhere Else in England…’: The Regional Feminine in Mary Linskill’s Fiction’.” In Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North of England 117–138.

Hiltner, Ken. 2009. “Renaissance Literature and Our Contemporary Attitude Toward Global Warming.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 16 (3) (July 1): 429–441.

Ho, J. 2007. “The Spatial Imagination and Literary Form of Conrad’s Colonial Fictions.” Journal of Modern Literature 30 (4): 1–19.

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Hones, S. 2001. “Distant Disasters, Local Fears: Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Revolution and Passion in The Atlantic Monthly, 1880-84.” In American Disasters, 170–96. New York University Press.

Hones, S. 2002. “What we can say about nature: familiar geographies, science fiction and popular physics.” In Lost in space: geographies of science fiction, 156-66. Athlone Press.

Hones, S. 2004. “Reading a foreign place: Geography and American literature.” In Crossing oceans: reconfiguring American literary studies in the Pacific Rim, 41-50. University of Hong Kong Press.

Hones, S. 2008. “Text as it happens: literary geography.” Geography Compass 2 (5): 1301–1317.

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Hones, S., and Y. Endo. 2006. “History, distance and text: narratives of the 1853–1854 Perry expedition to Japan.” Journal of Historical Geography 32 (3): 563-578.

Hones, Sheila. “Space, Setting, and the Adventure Story: Or, With Perry in Japan.” Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 39, no. 3–4 (2006): 39–55.

Hunt, E. 2006  “Post-Apartheid Johannesburg and Global Mobility in Nadine Gordimer’s The Pickup and Phaswane Mpe’s Welcome to Our Hillbrow.” ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature 37:4

Hutchinson, S. 2008. “‘Past the School Book Depository, Through Dealey Plaza and Beneath the Triple Underpass’: Place in Don DeLillo’s Fiction.” In Literature & Place, 1800-2000, 167–178.

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Jacobs, J.U. 2001. “Allegorical Spaces and Actual Places in Postcolonial Novels.” In Spaces and Crossings: Essays on Literature and Culture in Africa and Beyond, 197–218. Peter Lang.

Jacobson, K. J. 2005. “The Neodomestic American Novel: The Politics of Home in Barbara Kingsolver’s ‘The Poisonwood Bible’.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 24 (1): 105–127.

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James, T. 2001. “Theology of Landscape and Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s The River Between.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 227–240. Rodopi.

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Jazeel, T. 2005. “Because Pigs Can Fly: Sexuality, race and the geographies of difference in Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy.” Gender, Place & Culture 12 (2): 231-249.

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Johnson, J. 2000. “Literary geography: Joyce, Woolf and the city.” City 4 (2): 199-214.

Johnson, K.L. 2007. “Writing Deeper Maps: Mapmaking, Local Indigenous Knowledges, and Literary Nationalism in Native Women’s Writing.” Studies in American Indian Literatures 19 (4): 103–20.

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Johnson, N.C. 2004. “Fictional journeys: paper landscapes, tourist trails and Dublin’s literary texts.” Social & Cultural Geography 5 (1): 91–107.

Johnston, C. 2008. “Beyond the clearing: towards a dwelt animal geography.” Progress in Human Geography 32 (5): 633-649.

Joliveau, T. 2009. “Connecting real and imaginary places through geospatial technologies: examples from set-jetting and art-oriented tourism.” The Cartographic Journal 46 (1): 36–45.

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Joseph, C. 2001. “The Hindu Mother’s Space in Nayantara Sahgal’s Mistaken Identity.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 297–316. Rodopi.

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