literary geography: poetry

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Alexander, N, and D. Cooper, ed. 2013. Poetry and Geography: Space and Place in Postwar Poetry. Liverpool University Press.

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Alexander, N. 2013. “‘Where Lives Converge’: Peter Riley and the Poetics of Place.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 134–147. Liverpool University Press.

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

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Armstrong, C.I. 2013. “City of Change and Challenge: Liverpool in Paul Farley’s Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 21–32. Liverpool University Press.

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Barry, P. 2013. “Mapping the Geographies of Hurt in Barry MacSweeney and S.J. Litherland.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 3–48. Liverpool University Press.

Brewster, S. 2013. “John Burnside: Poetry as the Space of Withdrawal.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 178–189. Liverpool University Press.

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Clément, V. 2011. “Latitude and Longitude of the Past: Place, Negritude and French Caribbean Identity in Aimé Césaire’s Poetry.” Caribbean Studies 39 (1): 171–193.

Collins, L. 2013. “The Road Divides: Thomas Kinsella’s Urban Poetics.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 91–104. Liverpool University Press.

Cooper, D. 2008. “The Poetics of Place and Space: Wordsworth, Norman Nicholson and the Lake District.” Literature Compass 5 (4): 807–821.

Cooper, D. 2013. “Envisioning ‘the Cubist Fells’: Ways of Seeing in the Poetry of Norman Nicholson.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 148–160. Liverpool University Press.

Cooper, D. 2009. “Matter Matters: Topographical and Theological Space in the Poetry of Norman Nicholson.” The Yearbook of English Studies, 39 1 (2): 169–185.

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

Cutler, A. 2013. “‘Whitby Is a Statement’: Littoral Geographies in British Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 120–133. Liverpool University Press.

Davidson, I. 2010. Radical Spaces of Poetry. Palgrave Macmillan.

Davidson, I. and Z. Skoulding. 2013. Placing Poetry. Rodopi.

Donaldson, D.P. 2001. “Teaching Geography’s Four Traditions with Poetry.” Journal of Geography 100 (1): 24–31.

Drangsholt, J.S.. 2016. “Homecomings: Poetic Reformulations of Dwelling in Jo Shapcott, Alice Oswald, and Lavinia Greenlaw.” Nordic Journal of English Studies 15 (1): 1–23.

Earhart, A. E. 2014. “‘After a Hundred Years / Nobody Knows the Place’: Notes Toward Spatial Visualizations of Emily Dickinson.” The Emily Dickinson Journal 23 (1): 98–105.

Entwistle, A. “Neither Here Nor There”: Dynamism, Deixis and Cultural Positioning in Some Contemporary Poetry. UCDscholarcast / Craolscoil UCD Series 4: Reconceiving the British Isles. http://www.ucd.ie/scholarcast/scholarcast18.html.

Eshun, G.and C. Madge. 2012. “‘Now Let Me Share This with You’: Exploring Poetry as a Method for Postcolonial Geography Research.” Antipode. online, March 20.

Falci, E. 2009. “Place, Space, and Landscape.” A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry: 200–220.

Fulford, Sarah. 2008. “Between Past and Future: The Place of Seamus Heaney.” In Literature & Place, 1800-2000, 109–128.

George, J. 2010. “Writing the Mythical Landscape: An Analysis of the Poetic Devices Used in Tourism’s Promotional Literature.” Transnational Literature 3 (1): online.

Gibson, EM. 1992. “Theory in Literary Geography: The Poetry of Charles Mair.” In A Few Acres of Snow: Literary and Artistic Images of Canada, 48.

Gilbert, R. 1991. Walks in the World: Representation and Experience in Modern American Poetry. Princeton university press Princeton.

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.

Gramich, K. 2013. “‘Still Linked to Those Others’: Landscape and Language in Post-war Welsh Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 61–74. Liverpool University Press.

Haft, A. J. 1999. “The Poet and the Map: (Di)versifying the Teaching of Geography.” Cartographic Perspectives (33): 33–48.

Haft, A. J. 2011. “Introduction to Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas.” Cartographic Perspectives (70): 5–43.

Howarth, P. 2013. “‘Water’s Soliloquy’: Soundscap and Environment in Alice Oswald’s Dart.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 190–203. Liverpool University Press.

James, T. 2001. “Pitched at the Farthest Edge’: Religious Presence and the Landscape in Contemporary New Zealand Poetry.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 131–52. Rodopi.

Jarvis, M. 2006. “Christine Evans’s Bardsey: Creating Sacred Space.” Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays, 11 (July): 188–209.

Jarvis, M. 2008. Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry. Univ of Wales Pr.

Jarvis, M. 2013. “Place Under Pressure: Reading John Tripp’s Wales.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 49–60. Liverpool University Press.

Jarvis, M. in press. “In/Human Place: The Poetry of John Barnie.” In Placing Poetry, 149–68. Rodopi.

Jarvis, M.. 2010. “In and Beyond the City: The Places of Dannie Abse’s Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve’.” In Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, 163–84. Parthian.

Jarvis, M. 2005. “The Politics of Place in the Poetry of Ian Davidson.” Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 10: 97–112.

Jarvis, M. 2006. “Leslie Norris, In and Out of Place.” Poetry Wales 42 (2): 35.

Kennedy-Andrews, E. 2008. Writing Home: Poetry and Place in Northern Ireland, 1968-2008. Boydell & Brewer.

Kinsella, J. 2007. Disclosed Poetics: Beyond Landscape and Lyricism. Manchester Univ Pr.

Leow, J. 2011. “Placenames and Poetry: Urban Memory in Contemporary Singapore.” Quarterly Literary Review Singapore 10 (3): online.

Lorimer, H. 2008. “Poetry and Place: The Shape of Words.” Geography 93 (3): 181–182.

Louw, P. 2009. “Reading Space and Place in Chris Mann’s Bird Poems in Lifelines.” Alternation 16 (2): 102–125.

MacKenzie, L. 2011. The Poetry of Place: Lyric, Landscape, and Ideology in Renaissance France. University of Toronto Press.

Macphail, C.L. 1997. “Poetry and Pass Laws: Humanistic Geography in Urban South Africa.” South African Geographical Journal 79 (1): 35–42.

McCulloch, A. 2013. “A.D. Hope: Nomad of the Mind, Land and Space.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature: 81–87.

Madge, C. 2014. “On the Creative (re) Turn to Geography: Poetry, Politics and Passion.” Area 46 (2): 178–85.
Magrane, E. 2015. “Situating Geopoetics.” GeoHumanities, August (online)

Millington, R. 2011. “From the Evening‐Land to the Wild East: Symbolic Geography in Three Poems by Georg Trakl.” German Life and Letters 64 (4) (October 1): 521–535.

Nerlekar, A. 2012. “The Cartography of the Local in Arun Kolatkar’s Poetry.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing online early.

Okunoye, O. 2008. “Alterity, Marginality and the National Question in the Poetry of the Niger Delta.” Cahiers d’études africaines n° 191 (3) (August 1): 413–436.

Prince, H.C. 1981. “George Crabbe’s Suffolk Scenes.” In Humanistic Geography and Literature, 190–207. Croom Helm.

Reckin, A. 2003. “Tidalectic Lectures: Kamau Brathwaite’s Prose/Poetry as Sound-Space.” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 1 (1): online.

Reese-Jones, D. 2013. “‘Wanderer, Incomer, Borderer/liar, Mother of Everything I See’: Jo Shapcott’s Engagement with Landscape, Art and Poetry.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 163–177.

Rigby, C.E. 2004. Topographies of the Sacred: The Poetics of Place in European Romanticism. Univ of Virginia Pr.

Robinson, B. 2001. “Negotiations: Religion, Landscape and the Post-Colonial Moment in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney.” In Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, 15–38. Rodopi.

Robinson, P. 2013. “Roy Fisher’s Spatial Prepositions and Other Little Words.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 204–216. Liverpool University Press.

Ryan, I. 2002. “Poetic Place and Geographical Space: An Analysis of the Poetry of Máirtín O Direáin.” Irish Studies Review 10 (3): 267–275.

Sayers, J., and N. Monin. 2012. “Blake’s ‘London’: Diabolical Reading and Poetic Place in Organisational Theorising.” Culture and Organization 18 (1): 1–13.

Selby, N. 2005. “: Mapping America as Poem in Gary Snyder’s Mountains and Rivers Without End and Susan Howe’s Secret History of the Dividing Line.” Journal of American Studies 39 (01): 41–64.

Shaw, P. 1993. “Romantic Space: Topo-Analysis and Subjectivity in The Prelude.” In “The Prelude”: Theory in Practice,, 60–97. Open University Press,.

Sheeran, P. 1994. “The Narrative Creation of Place: The Example of Yeats’.” Decoding the Landscape: Galway: Centre for Landscape Studies 150.

Sheeran, P. 1999. “The Narrative Creation of Place: Yeats and West-of-Ireland Landscapes.” Geojournal Library 48: 287–300.

Sheppard, R. 2007. “Ian Davidson, Ideas of Space in Contemporary Poetry.” English 56 (216): 377–380.

Skoulding, Z. 2013. Contemporary Women’s Poetry and Urban Space: Experimental Cities. Palgrave Macmillan.

Sorum, E. 2009. “‘The Place on the Map’: Geography and Meter in Hardy’s Elegies.” Modernism/modernity 16 (3): 553–574.

Stewart, S. 2012. “Roads, Rivers, Railways and Pedestrian Rambles: The Space and Place of Travel in William Wordsworth’s Poems and J. M. W. Turner’s Paintings.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34 (2): 159–184.

Tate, A. 2013. “Roaring Amen: Charles Causley Speaks of Home.” In Poetry & Geography: Space and Place in Post-War Poetry, 75–87. Liverpool University Press.

Tomaney, J. 2007. “Keeping a Beat in the Dark: Narratives of Regional Identity in Basil Bunting’s Briggflatts.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25: 355–375.

Tyner, J. A., S. Kimsroy, and S. Sirik. 2015. “Nature, Poetry, and Public Pedagogy: The Poetic Geographies of the Khmer Rouge.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, September (online).

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Wiley, M. 1998. Romantic Geography: Wordsworth and Anglo-European Spaces. Macmillan.

Wiley, M. 2006. “The Geography of Displacement and Replacement in Charlotte Smith’s The Emigrants.” European Romantic Review 17 (1): 55–68.

Withers, C.W.J. 1984. “‘The Image of the Land’: Scotland’s Geography Through Her Languages and Literature.” The Scottish Geographical Magazine 100 (2): 81–95.

Yard, J. 2013. “Taking Tea with Grandaddy Tough: Accessing the Affective Topography of Logging Poetry and Labour.” Emotion, Space and Society 6 (February): 54–62.

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