Date of Graduation
MFA Creative Writing Thesis
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
Gail Galloway Adams
These pieces explore, largely through fragments of hallucinatory language, their fictional author's understanding of him/herself as many different people in many different worlds and the effects this understanding has on the systems of narrative, language and identity. The titular reference to cartography indicates the actual author's exploration of the fictional author as a set of unexplored regions, knowable only by their exterior boundaries, which are evinced only by the texts he/she (the fictional author) creates.
Stein, Benjamin, "Impossible Cartography" (2007). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 4339.
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