Title Reviewed:
A Literary Map of Indiana

Author Reviewed:
Indiana Council of Teachers of English; Indiana College English Association

Author:
[Author Unknown]

Date:
1957

Source:
Indiana Magazine of History, Volume 53, Issue 2, pp 242-243

Article Type:
Book Review

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A Literary Map of Indiana. Prepared jointly by the Indiana Council of Teachers of English and the Indiana College English Association. (Indianapolis, 1956. $1.50.)

This literary map, colorfully drawn in blue and gold, represents graphically the writers "identified with Indiana and its culture. All, native or adopted, have concerned themselves with Indiana people and scenes or have brought distinction to the state through their imaginative or artistic literature—and, in a few instances, history." Decorative sketches or scenes related to the literature of Indiana are included. Artist for the map was Warren V. Casey, Ball State Teachers College. Copies may be obtained from Seward S. Craig, Thomas Carr Howe High School, Indianapolis, who headed the committee designated to prepare this map.



Published by the Indiana University Department of History.