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Buciek, K. 2018. “Reading Homelessness in Roskilde through James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Literary Geographies, 18.

Bwana, Edith Weseja. 2018. “Literary Cartography: The Mapping of Colonial and Post-Colonial Races in Vassanji’s The Gunny Sack.” Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences (JEHS) 7 (2).

Carver, Evan Hennessy. 2018. “Graffiti Writing as Urban Narrative.” Literary Geographies 4 (2): 188–203.

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Chalupskỳ, Petr 2018. “The Landscape of Trauma, Pain and Hope in Jim Crace’s The Pesthouse.” Ars Aeterna 10 (1): 1–20.

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Chao, Long. 2018. “Hong Kong as Alternative Sinophone Articulation: Translation and Literary Cartography in Dung Kai-Cheung’S Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City.” Open Cultural Studies 2 (1): 771–780.

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Ekelund, Bo G. 2018. “Dots on the Literary Map?: Literary Valorizations of Place, the Wealth of Earl Lovelace’s Trinidad, and Geometric Data Analysis.” ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature 49 (2): 1–36.

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