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Hi,

I’m preparing for my A-Level English Personal Investigation and I’m comparing the roles of forests/landscapes and their functions in literature. Apparently this is very niche as I can find no resources or critical texts to consult - I only have ‘Landscape and Memory’ by Simon Schama which is somewhat useful.

Any suggestions welcome.

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Forest: Midsummer night's dream where strange and magical things happen in the forest beyond the boundary of the city (other Shakespeare plays also mention forests like Macbeth and Burnham wood), Beloved where the forest is a place of refuge, Tulgey Wood in Alice in Wonderland.

Landscapes: the moors in Wuthering Heights, Rebecca, the French countryside in Madame Bovary, countryside in Far from the madding crowd, opening of Dracula with the jagged Carpathian mountains,, Walkabout set in Australian outback, Derbyshire in Pride and Prejudice
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