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Book Review: "The Landscaping of Metaphor and Cultural Identity: Topographies of a Cornish Pastiche"

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Peter Lang Publishers, "The Landscaping of Metaphor and Cultural Identity." 2011 via books.google.com.

Tori L. Jennings of the University of Wisconsin reviews Peter Laviolette's book, The Landscaping of Metaphor and Cultural Identity: Topographies of a Cornish Pastiche (New York: Peter Lang, 2011).

Review Excerpt

"This book will be useful to anthropologists, historians, human geographers, and other interdisciplinary scholars interested in material culture studies, phenomenology, iconography, art and leisure, extreme recreation, identity, globalization, tourism, and multisited fieldwork."

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