Legend (Works Cited)

Introduction (You are Here)

Map: http://danmeth.com/post/3344880971/fantasyworldmap/

Link: http://www.karenlabrahamson.com/2012/03/18/do-we-need-maps-in-fantasy-books/ (Karen’s Author Blog).

Link: http://www.avi-writer.com/blog/2012/05/-a-map-to-explore-new-worlds/  (Avi’s Blog).

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Map

Secondary Source:

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock. “A Sea of Texts: The Atlantic World, Spatial Mapping, and Equiano’s Narrative”. In J. Corrigan, D. Bodenhamer, and T. Harris (Eds.), Upcoming Book Religion and Space in the Atlantic World. Indiana UP. Downloaded June 14, 2012.

Wild Wood

Primary Source:

Grahame, Kenneth. The Annotated Wind in the Willows. Annie Gauger (Ed.). London: W.W.Norton & Co., 2009.

Map of Wild Wood: http://googleimages/

Media:

Barnhart, Nancy. “Those were golden days. 1922”. The Annotated Wind in the Willows. Annie Gauger (Ed.). London: W.W.Norton & Co., 2009. 221.

—. “Dreamy rat. 1922”. The Annotated Wind in the Willows. Annie Gauger (Ed.). London: W.W. Norton & Co., 2009. 232.

Secondary Sources:

Bartram, William. Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida. Philadelphia: James & Johnson, 1790.

Harvey, Marcus. Children’s Literature, Trent University. June 19, 2012. Lecture Notes.

Pratt, Mary Louise. Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation. Second Edition. NewYork: Routledge, 2008.

Wilderland and Thror’s Map

Primary Source: 

Tolkien, J.R.R. The Hobbit or, There and Back Again. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1997.

Wilderland and Thror’s Map: http://googleimages/

Link:

http://www.nicholastam.ca/2011/04/18/here-be-cartographers-reading-the-fantasy-map/ (Nicholas Tam’s Blog)

Media:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VOdv2RE4jg (Tolkien reads from Chapter V “Riddles in the Dark”).

Picture: http://www.google.ca (Conversation with Smaug).

Secondary Sources:

Carpenter, Humphrey. Tolkien: The Authorized Biography. New York: Random House, Inc., 1978.

Humphreys, Sara. 20th Century British Literature: Literary Movements and Genres, Modernism and Its Aftermath, Trent University. 2011-2012. Lecture Notes.

Kutzer, Daphne. Empire’s Children: Empire and Imperialism in Classic British Children’s Books. London: Routledge, 2000.

A Map of Narnia and the Surrounding Countries

Primary Source:

Lewis, C.S. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2000.

Media:

A Map of Every Fantasy World Ever: http://www.jonathancrowe.net/2011/09/the-farthing-party-map-panel.php

Map of Narnia: http://paulinebaynes.com/?what=artifacts&image_id=468&cat=79

Picture of Edmund and Jadis: Baynes, Pauline. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2000. 32.

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jinn

Secondary Sources:

Colbert. David. The Magical Worlds of Narnia: A Treasury of Myths, Legends, and Fascinating Facts. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group, 2005.

Hourihan, Margery. Deconstructing the Hero: Literary Theory and Children’s Literature. Florence, KY: Routledge, 1997.

Humphreys, Sara. Children’s Literature. Trent University. 2012. Lecture Notes.

Lewis, C.S. Boxen: The Imaginary World of the Young. W. Hooper (Ed.). London: William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., 1985.

—. Surprised by Joy. London: Collins-Clear-Type Press, 1973.

Milz, Sabine. Said, Edward W.”  The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism. Second Edition 2005. M. Groden, M. Kreiswirth, and I. Szeman (Eds.). The Johns Hopkins UP. Ver. 20092. Accessed June 27, 2012. http://litguide.press.jhu.edu.cat1.lib.trentu.ca:8080.

Shelley, P. B. “Ode to the West Wind.” The Selected Poetry and Prose of Shelley. Scarborough: The New American Library of Canada Limited, 1966. 212-215.

A Map of James’s Journey

Primary Source:

Dahl, Roald. James and the Giant Peach.  New York: Puffin Books, 2007.

Media:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9rh3JTvvlk The Staple Singers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrKh1zxv_rQ Bruce Springsteen

KLEW. Original Map of James’s Journey in the Giant Peach. Drawn July 4, 2012.

Link: http://www.roalddahl.com

Link: http://www.kristeva.fr/

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Promised_Land

Picture: http://www.roalddahl.com (The Empire State Building by Quentin Blake).

Interview: KLEW. Personal Interview. July 4, 2012.

Secondary Sources:

Felluga, Dino. “Modules on Kristeva: On the Abject.” Introductory Guide to Critical Theory. Jan 31, 2011. Purdue U. Accessed July 7, 2012.< http://www.purdue.edu/guidetotheory/psychoanalysis/kristevaabject.html>.

Humphreys, Sara. Children’s Literature. Trent University. 2012. Lecture Notes.

Kristeva, Julia. The Powers of Horror. qtd. in Dino Felluga’s “Modules on Kristeva: On the Abject.” Introductory Guide to Critical Theory. Jan 31, 2011. Purdue U.  Accessed July 7, 2012.< http://www.purdue.edu/guidetotheory/psychoanalysis/kristevaabject.html>.

Sturrock, Donald. Storyteller: The Authorized Biography of Roald Dahl. Toronto: McLelland & Stewart Ltd., 2011.

Max’s Map to Where the Wild Things Are

Primary Source:

Sendak, Maurice. Where the Wild Things Are. New York: HarperCollins Children’s Books, 1963.

Media:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni5A05p-pLg&feature=fvsr Wild Thing.

ET: Original Map of Wildland, Drawn July 4, 2012.

Map Details: Author’s Personal Visit to Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections of York University, York University, July 23, 2012. http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2012/07/04/maps-dating-back-to-16th-century-donated-to-york/?utm_source=YFile_Email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MorningEmail

Interview: ET. Personal Interview. July 4, 2012.

Link: http://www.rosenbach.org/maurice-sendak Rosenbach Museum and Library.

Link: Interview with Terry Gross and Maurice Sendak on NPR’s Fresh Air, October 23, 2009. http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=114044628&m=114078912

Picture: http://www.rosenbach.org/maurice-sendak  Wild Things.

Map: http://www.etsy.com/listing/12203272/mysteria-fantasy-map-original-8-x-10 Mysteria Fantasy Map.

Secondary Sources:

Crago, Hugh. “Healing Texts: Bibliotherapy and Psychology.” Understanding Children’s Literature. 2nd Edition. Peter Hunt (Ed.). Florence, KY: Routledge, 2005. 180-189.

Hourihan, Margery. Deconstructing the Hero: Literary Theory and Children’s Literature. Florence, KY: Routledge, 1997.

“Maurice Sendak, 1928-2012”. http://www.rosenbach.org/maurice-sendak. Accessed July 25, 2012.

“Remembering Maurice Sendak”. National Post, Wednesday, May 9, 2012.

Smith, Alexander McCall. Quote from Love Over Scotland. http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/maps. Downloaded July 28, 2012.

Wood, Gaby. “In Memoriam: Maurice Sendak”. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/9255244/In-Memoriam-Maurice-Sendak.html. Accessed July 28, 2012.

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