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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 January 2021

Sally Bushell
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Lancaster University
Julia S. Carlson
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University of Cincinnati
Damian Walford Davies
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Cardiff University
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Romantic Cartographies
Mapping, Literature, Culture, 1789–1832
, pp. 292 - 315
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