Postmodern Cartographies: The Geographical Imagination in Contemporary American Culture

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Pluto Press, 1998 - American fiction - 208 pages
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In this work, the author addresses ideas and writers from Baudrillard and Jameson to David Lynch and Toni Morrison. He explores how this new geography can illuminate a range of postmodern texts as part of an exploration of the geographical imagination in contemporary American culture.

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Daniel Bell
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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love
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Andrew Dix is Lecturer in American Studies at Loughborough University, UK. He is the author of Beginning Film Studies (Manchester University Press, 2008) and co-editor of Figures of Heresy: Radical Theology in English and American Writing, 1800-2000 (Sussex Academic Press, 2006); his other published work includes book chapters on Mark Twain, John Steinbeck and Native American fiction.

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