Literature, Mapping, and the Politics of Space in Early Modern Britain by Gordon Andrew

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Author
Gordon Andrew
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Cambridge University Press
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292
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9780521169431
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This collection analyzes the material practice behind the concept of mapping, a particular cognitive mode of gaining control over the world. Ranging widely across visual and textual artifacts implicated in the culture of mapping, from the literature of Shakespeare, Spenser, Marlowe and Jonson, to representations of body, city, nation and empire, it argues for a thorough reevaluation of the impact of cartography on the shaping of social and political identities in early modern Britain.


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