By Mary Ellen Snodgrass
This number of maps, in response to forty works of fiction, non-fiction, travelogues and screen-plays, is designed as a device for integrating geography with literature reviews. each one access lists name, writer, style and date of book, and offers a short geographical precis.
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7. Quien Sabe Creek, Cerro Vista Mountain, and La Cueva Peak in New Mexico Over Quien Sabe Creek and up Cerro Vista Mountain southeast of Taos, Miguel finds trees with names carved in them by his grandfather and father. The herdsmen camp on the far side of La Cueva Peak. 8. " Knowing that he will return to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Miguel saves the task of carving his own name for a future trip. Page 11 Around the World in Eighty Days By Jules Verne Adventure Novel, 1872 Geographical Summary: One of the most engaging adventure tales of the nineteenth century, Around the World in Eighty Days follows a civil, self-contained gentleman on his 80-day circumnavigation of the globe in order to win a bet of £20,000.
At dawn, Jim and Huck, laden with stolen articles from the steamboat, paddle to an island to sleep. 8. Cairo, Illinois, at the Juncture of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers Huck wants to continue down the Missouri shore and sell the raft at Cairo after three more nights' journey so that he and Jim can travel northeast up the Ohio to the free states. At Illinois' southern tip, they inadvertently pass Cairo in the fog and continue south on the Mississippi River. 9. Grangerford Farm on the Arkansas Shore Separated from Jim after a steamboat swamps the raft, Huck arrives at the Grangerford farm and poses as George Jackson, a resident of southern Arkansas; he pretends to have fallen off a passing steamboat.
After some hours pass, Fix returns with news: The real robber had been arrested on December 17 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Fix frees Fogg for the final dash to London aboard a special train and apologizes for the error. Fogg knocks him down. 18. London, England Believing that he has arrived late and lost the bet, Fogg goes immediately to Saville Row. Passepartout rushes to turn off the gas he left burning and is then sent to fetch Reverend Wilson so that Fogg and Aouda can marry, even though Fogg is now penniless.