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No 71 (2012) Who’s “The King of Cuckooz”? Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part I Abstract HTML PDF
Adele J Haft
 
No 43 (2002) Earle Birney’s “Mappemounde”: Visualizing Poetry With Maps Abstract PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 40 (2001) Henry Reed’s Poetic Map of Verona: (Di)versifying the Teaching of Geography, IV Abstract PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 79 (2014) The Mocking Mermaid: Maps And Mapping In Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Four Abstract HTML PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 36 (2000) Poems Shaped Like Maps: (Di)Versifying the Teaching of Geography, II Abstract PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 61 (2008) “The Map Shows Me Where It Is You Are”: Gloria Oden Responds to Elizabeth Bishop Across National Geographic and Rand McNally World Maps Abstract PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 74 (2013) Imagining Space and Time in Kenneth Slessor’s “Dutch Seacoast” and Joan Blaeu’s Town Atlas of The Netherlands: Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Three Abstract HTML PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 38 (2001) The Poet As Map-Maker: The Cartographic Inspiration and Influence of Elizabeth Bishop’s “The Map” Abstract PDF
Adele J. Haft
 
No 72 (2012) John Ogilby, Post-Roads, and the “Unmapped Savanna of Dumb Shades”: Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Two Abstract HTML PDF
Adele Haft
 
No 70 (2011) Introduction to Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas Abstract HTML PDF
Adele J Haft
 
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