How Literary Locations Help Us Understand the World We Inhabit
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Woods do not signify, but the woods at night in a Robert Frost poem signify a lot. Fictionalized places in literature can carry meaning so compounded by layers of intention and expectation that they become sites of seduction, full of ambiguity and begging for interpretation.
Norton, S. (2020). How literary locations help us understand the world we inhabit. RTE Brainstorm, Updated / Friday, 4 Sep 2020 14:19.