The significance of place in the fictions of Raymond Williams and Iain Sinclair

Source document: Brno studies in English. 1998, vol. 24, iss. 1, pp. [147]-158
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[147]-158
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    1211-1791
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English
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References:
[1] Branllinger, Patrick: Fictions of State , London, Routledge 1996

[2] de Certeau, Michel: The Practice of Everyday Life , Berkeley, Los Angeles, University of California Press 1984

[3] Deleuze, Gilles: The Fold , London, Athlone Press 1993

[4] Harvey, David: From Space to Place and Back Again in Mapping the Futures: Local Cultures: Global Change , London, Routledge 1991

[5] Mumford, Lewis: The City in History , London, Penguin 1991

[6] Pinkney, Tony: Raymond Williams , Bridgend, Seren Books 1991

[7] Sinclair, Iain: White Chappell: Scarlet Tracings , London, Paladin 1988

[8] Sinclair, Iain: Downriver , London, Paladin 1991

[9] Sinclair, Iain: Radon Daughters , London, Vintage 1995

[10] Sinclair, Iain: Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge , London, Vintage 1995

[11] Williams, Raymond: Border Country , London, Hogarth Press 1988

[12] Williams, Raymond: Second Generation , London, Hogarth Press 1988(a)

[13] Williams, Raymond: The Volunteers , London, Hogarth Press 1985

[14] Williams, Raymond: The Fight for Manod , London, Hogarth Press 1988(b)

[15] Williams, Raymond: Loyalties , London, Hogarth Press 1989

[16] Williams, Raymond: People of the Black Mountains: 1 The Beginning , London, Paladin 1990

[17] Williams, Raymond: People of the Black Mountains: 2 The Eggs of the Eagle , London, Paladin 1992

[18] Williams, Raymond: Resources of Hope , London, Verso 1989(a)