1. × Investigation Report Form

      Geography of literature

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    2. Specify the location that is described in the book. 
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      Location: ,
    3. What is the name of the author of the book? 
    4. What is the name of the book? 
    5. Cite the extract that describes the place being analyzed.  Be sure to correctly site the bibliographic information (author, name of the book, publishing house, year of publication, pages that mention the object under analysis).
    6. Type of object analyzed  Which place are you analyzing?
    7. Accuracy of the description of the object under analysis  Authors can, either by choice or by accident, alter the information about the place described in their book. They may describe a place inaccurately or simply use the real place as a prototype. In your book was/were
    8. The time period during which the story takes place 
    9. Did the author visit the place of analysis in person? 
    10. Why did the author choose this place for his/her description?  What drew him/her to use this particular place or setting?
    11. Archival records found about this place  
      This question is optional.
    12. Modern picture of the place  If possible, upload a picture you made yourself of this place. If you use a picture made by someone else, be sure to specify its author and source (internet, book, magazine, reference book, etc.)
      Please upload from 1 to 5 pictures
    13. Data sources  Specify the general source or sources of the information you found. Do not forget to include bibliographic information (year, month, author, publishing house). For periodicals (newspapers, journals, and magazines) be sure to include the name of the article, issue, year, pages, and author). If you take information from an Internet source note a page link and the last modified date (usually found on the bottom of the page).