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Maps and memory in early modern England : a sense of place

Author: Rhonda Lemke Sanford
Publisher: New York (N.Y.) Palgrave 2002
Series: Early modern cultural studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dealing with the relationship between the places of England and depictions of places in maps and literature, "Maps and Memory" focuses on increasingly local terrain to show how understanding  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rhonda Lemke Sanford
ISBN: 0312294557 9780312294557
OCLC Number: 1014875208
Description: XIV, 225 p. ill. 22 cm
Contents: Maps and Their Representation in Early Modern English Literature Introduction: i Conventions of Mapping: Centres, Peripheries, and Orientations ii Theoretical and Critical Background iii The Early Modern Map in England iv Overview of Chapters 2-5 Marriage Pageants and Ceremonial Maps: The Marriage of the Thames and the Medway Maps, Figures, and Figurative Maps: Feminine Geography Landscape, Labour, and Legitimacy Cityscapes and City Scrapes Epilogue Exhibits Notes Bibliography
Series Title: Early modern cultural studies
Responsibility: Rhonda Lemke Sanford.

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