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Government Information: Literary

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Literary Maps

Dickens’ London http://www.charlesdickenspage.com/dickens_london_map.html (David A. Perdue)

Language of the land : The Library of Congress book of literary maps - Martha Hopkins and Michael Buscher
UNI Documents LC 5.2:L26/2
More than 230 literary maps from the Library of Congress

Moby Dick Literary Map http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/tri064.html (Library of Congress)

Zoom into Maps http://frontiers.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/features/maps/index.html (Library of Congress)
Literary maps featuring images of authors, their works and associated geographical features were popular in the 20th century. Because of their purpose, these maps may not be correct geographically.