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Geografia romanului românesc (1901-1932): arealul național

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The Geography of the Romanian Novel (1901-1932): The National Areal

This article is part of a series that investigates through quantitative and geocritical means the corpus of novels created by the research project Astra Data Mining. The Digital Museum of the Romanian Novel 1901-1932 (around 370 novels digitized). One of the many foci of our analyses delves into the internal geography of the Romanian novel as it manifests itself through geolocated metadata that reveal the spatial diversity of the corpus, concerning not only plot setting, but also relating to the main topographical nodes underpinning the novelists’ consciousness. Because of such geolocational diversity, the following study will only deal with the national setting of the Romanian novel.

Keywords: romanian novel, literary geography, literary cartography, geocriticism, urban development and literature.

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