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Geographical Error

Foster (19,20) -- Jerz: EL150 (Intro to Literary Study)

" Literary geography is typically about humans inhabiting spaces, and at the same time the spaces that inhabit humans."

After reading Fosters chapter on Geography I have to say that I am guilty of overlooking geography. I don't pay as much attention as I should to the place where the character is going or the place where they live. I guess I missed the hidden messages behind mountains, and rivers and creeks, and maybe in some of the books I've read I was supposed to but I can see now how that is not true for all of them.


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