On Mirkwood, Vampires and Rhododendrons : Experiencing Familiar Places through Fiction
Amey, E. (2020). On Mirkwood, Vampires and Rhododendrons : Experiencing Familiar Places through Fiction. Literary Geographies, 6(2), 268-273. https://www.literarygeographies.net/index.php/LitGeogs/article/view/258
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DisciplineNykykulttuurin tutkimusContemporary Culture
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The article looks at the possibilities of studying familiar places, with no existing connection to fictional narratives, through the prism of fiction.
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