ToC for Mallory & Simpson-Housley 1987

Mallory, William E., and Paul Simpson-Housley. 1987. Geography and Literature. Syracuse University Press.

Caviedes, C. 1987. “The Latin American Boom Town in the Literary View of José María Arguedas.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 56–77. Syracuse University Press.

Griffin, J. 1987. “Geography as Destiny in Harriette Arnow’s Kentucky Trilogy.” In Geography and Literature: Meeting of the Disciplines, 95–113.

Jones, L. 1987. “Thomas Hardy and the Cliff without a Name.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 169–84. Syracuse University Press.

Miller, J.W. 1987a. “Anytime the Ground Is Uneven: The Outlook for Regional Studies and What to Look Out For.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 1–20. Syracuse University Press.

Mitchell,. 1987. “Landscape and Literature.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 23–29. Syracuse University Press.

Paul, A. H. 1987. “Russian Landscape in Literature: Lermontov and Turgenev.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 115–31. Syracuse University Press.

Pocock, D.C.D. 1987. “Haworth: The Experience of Literary Place.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 135–42. Syracuse University Press Syracuse, NY.

Preston, P. 1987. “A Grim and Original Beauty”: Arnold Bennett and the Landscape of the Five Towns’ in William E. Mallory and Paul Simpson-Housley.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, Syracuse, NY, 31–55.

Robinson, B. 1987a. “The Geography of a Crossroads: Modernism, Surrealism, and Geography.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 185–98. Syracuse University Press Syracuse, NY.

Rosowski, S. J. 1987. “Willa Cather and the Fatality of Place: O Pioneers!, My Antonia, and A Lost Lady.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 81–94.

Shami, J. 1987. “John Donne: Geography as Metaphor.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines. Ed. William E. Mallory & Paul Simpson Housley. Syracuse: Syracuse Univ. Press, 161–67.

Vermette, R. 1987. “Terrae Incantatae: The Symbolic Geography of Twelfth-Century Arthurian Romance.” In Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines, 145–60. Syracuse University Press Syracuse NY.

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