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Mountain Matter(s) : Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature. / Taylor, Joanna E.

Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930. ed. / Jo Carruthers; Nour Dakkak; Rebecca Spence. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, 2020. p. 23-44 (Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930).

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Harvard

Taylor, JE 2020, Mountain Matter(s): Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature. in J Carruthers, N Dakkak & R Spence (eds), Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930. Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, pp. 23-44. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29817-3_2

APA

Taylor, J. E. (2020). Mountain Matter(s): Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature. In J. Carruthers, N. Dakkak, & R. Spence (Eds.), Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930 (pp. 23-44). (Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930). Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29817-3_2

Vancouver

Taylor JE. Mountain Matter(s): Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature. In Carruthers J, Dakkak N, Spence R, editors, Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. 2020. p. 23-44. (Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29817-3_2

Author

Taylor, Joanna E. / Mountain Matter(s) : Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature. Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930. editor / Jo Carruthers ; Nour Dakkak ; Rebecca Spence. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, 2020. pp. 23-44 (Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930).

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