Mapping with Words: Anglo–Canadian Literary Cartographies, 1789–1916 [E–pub Free]

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Lighting the complex territoriality that emerges from their cartographic aesthetics Krotz offers fresh readings of these texts illuminating their role in an emerging spatial imaginary "that was at once deeply invested in the production of colonial spaces and at the same time "was at once deeply invested in the production of colonial spaces and at the same time in the realities of confronting Indigenous sovereigntie. .
Mapping with Words: Anglo-Canadian Literary Cartographies, 1789-1916

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Mapping with Words re conceptualizes settler writing as iterary cartography The topographical descriptions of early Canadian "SETTLER WRITERS NOT ONLY "writers generated not only picturesue andscapes but also verbal maps These worked to orient readers reinforcing and expanding the order of the emerging colonial dominionDrawing Pon the work of critical and cultural geographers as well as iterary theorists Sarah Wylie Krotz opens up important aesthetic and political dimensions of as well as iterary theorists Sarah Wylie Krotz opens up important aesthetic and political dimensions of familiar and "obscure texts from the nineteenth century including Thomas Cary's Abram's Plains George Monro Ocean to Ocean "texts from the nineteenth century including Thomas Cary's Abram's Plains George Monro Grant's Ocean to Susanna Moodie's Roughing it in the Bush High.