updates: litgeog and mapping

11 new citations added today to the literary geography and mapping page

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.

Crawford, R. 2007. “Cartography and the Poetry of Place.” In A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry, edited by Christine Gerrard, 549–562. Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

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.

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

Gunn, R. 2012. “John Russell Bartlett’s Literary Borderlands: Ethnology, War, and the United States Boundary Survey.” Western American Literature 46 (4): 348–380.

Lee, D. 1997. “Mapping the Interior: African Cartography and Shelley’s the Witch of Atlas.” European Romantic Review 8 (2): 169–184. .O’Brien, P. 1999. The Wake Forest Book of Irish Women’s Poetry, 1967-2000. Wake Forest Univ Pr.

Padrón, R. 2004. The Spacious Word: Cartography, Literature, and Empire in Early Modern Spain. University of Chicago Press.

Pedri, N. 2008. “Cartographic Explorations of Self in Michael Ondaatje’s Running in the Family and Jacques Poulin’s Volkswagen Blues.” International Journal of Canadian Studies (38): 41.

Piper, K. L. 2002. Cartographic Fictions: Maps, Race, and Identity. Rutgers University Press.

Riley, J. E. 2009. “Eavan Boland’s‘ The Lost Land’: Altering the Cartography of the Irish Poem.” The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies: 61–66.

Yan, S. 2013. “Mapping Knowledge and Power: Cartographic Representations of Empire in Victorian Britain.” online.


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