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Fletcher, Lisa

Popular Fiction and Spatiality

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Space, Place, and Popular Fiction
Lisa Fletcher

2. Cave Genres/Genre Caves: Reading the Subterranean Thriller
Ralph Crane, Lisa Fletcher

3. Unstable Places and Generic Spaces: Thrillers Set in Antarctica
Elizabeth Leane

4. Chronotopic Reading of Crime Fiction: Montréal in La Trace de l’Escargot

Marc Brosseau, Pierre-Mathieu Bel

5. Romance in the Backblocks in New Zealand Popular Fiction, 1930–1950: Mary Scott’s Barbara Stories
Jane Stafford

6. The Inside Story: Jennifer Crusie and the Architecture of Love
William Gleason

7. Ghost-Al Erosion: Beaches and the Supernatural in Two Stories by M.R. James
Lucie Armitt

8. Pagan Places: Contemporary Paganism, British Fantasy Fiction, and the Case of Ryhope Wood
Kim Wilkins

9. Tolkien’s Geopolitical Fantasy: Spatial Narrative in The Lord of the Rings

Robert T. Tally

10. Commuting to Another World: Spaces of Transport and Transport Maps in Urban Fantasy
David Pike

11. Mapping Monstrosity: Metaphorical Geographies in China Miéville’s Bas-Lag Trilogy
Robert A. Saunders

12.
Air Force One: Popular (Non)fiction in Flight
Christopher Schaberg

13. States of Nostalgia in the Genre of the Future: Panem, Globalization, and Utopia in The Hunger Games Trilogy
Eric D. Smith, Kylie Korsnack

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Postcolonial/World Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, European Literature, North American Literature

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137569028
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-57141-0

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