This bibliography lists articles and books that discuss the City and focuses on recently published works (mainly from the 1980s to present day). The bibliography is divided thematically into sub-sections focusing on specific cities, areas and theoretical approaches. An extensive “General” section of works discussing more than one city is found towards the end of the list.

Current sub-sections highlight research conducted on:
Baghdad, Beijing, Beirut, Berlin, Cairo, Dublin, Helsinki, Istanbul, London, New York, Paris, Stockholm, Toronto, Venice; Other European cities, Other Asian cities, Other Nordic cities, Other American cities; Brazil, Italy, Spain; Suburbs; and Ecocriticism & Literary Ecology.

By no means is the Bibliography exhaustive or complete – its main purpose is to guide you further into your research and give you an idea of what kind of work has previously been published in literary urban studies.

The Bibliography is a joint effort by the ALUS community and we encourage members to send in their suggestions: if you have titles in mind that should be included in the listing, please send them to the current Bibliography Editor, Meeria Vesala. She can be reached at: meeria.vesala [at] The Bibliography was last updated on 20 Jan 2023.


Literary Urban Studies, new handbooks:

Ameel, Lieven (ed.) 2022: The Routledge Companion to Literary Urban Studies. London: Routledge.
Finch, Jason 2021: Literary Urban Studies and How to Practice It. London: Routledge.
Gurr, Jens Martin 2021: Charting Literary Urban Studies. London: Routledge.

Literary Urban Studies Series, click here for titles in the Series.

City in Literature, earlier handbooks:

Tambling, Jeremy (ed.) 2016: The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City. London: Palgrave McMillan.
Tally, Robert T. (ed.) 2017: The Routledge Handbook of Literature and Space. London: Routledge.
McNamara, Kevin R. (ed.) 2014: The Cambridge Companion to the City in Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

— Specific Cities & Areas —

Al-Attar, Iman 2018: Baghdad: An Urban History through the Lens of Literature. London: Routledge.

Carrillo, Beatriz & David S. G. Goodman (eds.) 2012: Peasants and Workers in the Transformation of Urban China. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Huang, Chuanhui 2016: Migrant Workers and the City: Generation Now. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.
Song, Wenjie 2015: “Writing Cities”. In: Zhang, Yingjin (ed.), A Companion to Modern Chinese Literature. West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 326–42.
Visser, Robin 2008: “Spaces of Disappearance: 1990s Beijing Art, Film and Fiction in Dialogue with Urbanization”. In: Lu, Jie (ed.), China’s Literary and Cultural Scenes at the Turn of the 21st Century. New York: Routledge, pp. 223–57.
Visser, Robin 2010: Cities Surround the Countryside. Urban Aesthetics in Postsocialist China. Durham & London: Duke University Press.
Visser, Robin & Jie Lu 2016: “Contemporary Urban Fiction: Rewriting the City”. In: Denton, Kirk (ed.), The Columbia Companion to Modern Chinese Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 343–55.

Hayek, Ghenwa 2015: Beirut, Imagining the City: Space and Place in Lebanese Literature. London: I.B. Tauris.

Agazzi, Elena 2009: Berlino: Piccolo manuale di viabilità letteraria. Milano: Unicopli.
Bienert, Michael 1992: Die eingebildete Metropole: Berlin im Feuilleton der Weimarer Republik. Stuttgart: Metzler.
Chiarloni, Anna 2009: Oltre il Muro: Berlino e i linguaggi della riunificazione. Milano: FrancoAngeli.
Costabile-Heming, Carol Anne 2002: “Peter Schneider’s Eduards Heimkehr and the Image of the ‘New Berlin’”. In: German Studies Review 25.3, pp. 497-510.
Döring, Jörg 2008: „Distant Reading. Zur Geographie der Toponyme in Berlin-Prosa seit 1989“. In: Zeitschrift für Germanistik Neue Folge Vol. 18 No. 3, Peter Lang Ag, Pieterlen, pp. 596-620.
Gerstenberger, Katharina 2008: Writing the New Berlin: the German Capital in Post-Wall Literature. Rochester, NY: Camden House.
Glass, Derek & Dietmar Rösler & Johne J. White  1991: „Berlin. Eine Großstadt im Spiegel der Literatur“. In: Zeitschrift für Germanistik Bd. 42, Neue Folge Vol. 1 No. 2, Peter Lang AG, Pieterlen, pp. 461-462.
Goebel, Rolf F. 2003: „Die (post-)moderne Metropole zwischen Literaturwissenschaft und Cultural Studies. Anmerkungen zur neueren Berlin-Forschung“. In: Zeitschrift für Germanistik 13.1, pp. 146-156.
Harder, Matthias & Almut Hille (eds.) 2006: „Weltfabrik Berlin“ : eine Metropole als Sujet der Literatur : Studien zu Literatur und Landeskunde. Königshausen und Neumann, Würzburg.
Langer, Phil C. 2002: Kein Ort. Überall: Die Einschreibung von ‚Berlin‘ in die deutsche Literatur der neunziger Jahre. Weidler, Berlin.
Ledanff, Susanne 2009: Hauptstadtphantasien : Berliner Stadtlektüren in der Gegenwartsliteratur 1989-2008. Bielefeld: Aisthesis.
Lützeler, Paul Michael & Stephan K. Schindler (eds.) 2005: Schwerpunkt: Berlin-Literatur. Stauffenburg, Tübingen.
Schütz, Erhard & Jörg Döring 1999: Text der Stadt – Reden von Berlin: Literatur und Metropole seit 1989. Berlin: Weidler.
Taberner, Stuart (ed.) 2007: Contemporary German Fiction: Writing in the Berlin Republic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Taberner, Stuart 2005: German Literature of the 1990s and beyond: Normalization and the Berlin Republic. Rochester, NY: Camden House.
Zachau, Reinhard (ed.) 2009: Topography and literature : Berlin and modernism. Göttingen: V&R Unipress.

Mehrez, Samia 2010: The Literary Atlas of Cairo: One Hundred Years on the Streets of the City. Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press.
Mehrez, Samia 2011: The Literary Life of Cairo: One Hundred Years in the Heart of the City. Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press.

, Valérie & John Bishop (eds.) 2011: Making Space in the Works of James Joyce. Abingdon: Routledge.
Lannigan, Liam 2014: James Joyce, Urban Planning and Irish Modernism: Dublins of the Future. London: Palgrave.
Begnal, Michael (ed.) 2002: Joyce and the City. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press.
Benstock, Shari 1988: “City Spaces and Women’s Places in Joyce’s Dublin”. In: Benstock, Bernard (ed.). The Augmented Ninth: Proceedings of the Ninth International James Joyce Conference. Syracuse University Press, pp. 293-307.
Clayton, Jay. 1995: “Londublin: Dickens’s London in Joyce’s Dublin”. Novel, Vol. 28 (3), Spring, pp. 327-342.
Gunn, Ian & Clive Hart & Harald Beck 2004: James Joyce’s Dublin: a Topographical Guide to the Dublin of Ulysses. London and New York: Thames and Hudson.
Keohane, Kieran 2002: “The Revitalization of the City and the Demise of Joyce’s Utopian Modern Subject”. In: Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 19(3), June, pp. 125-144.
Lehan, Richard 1998: “Joyce’s City”. In: Benstock, Bernard (ed.). The Augmented Ninth: Proceedings of the Ninth International James Joyce Conference. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, pp. 247-261.
Levitt, Morton P. 1998-1999: “Beyond Dublin: Joyce and Modernism”. Journal of Modern Literature, XXII, 2, Winter, pp. 385-394.
Staley, Thomas F. 1998-1999: “The Winds of Aeolus: In the Heart of the Joyce Metropolis”. Journal of Modern Literature, Vol. 22(2), pp. 199-203.
Tskhvediani, Irakli 2012: “Modernist City: James Joyce’s Dublin and John Dos Passos’ New York.” In: Gelashvili, Manana & Tskhvediani, Irakli (eds.), James Joyce 130: Collected Papers of the International Conference. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University February 2-3, 2012. Tbilisi: Universal, pp. 138-47.

Ameel, Lieven 2010: “Walking the Streets of Helsinki. Traces of the Flâneur in Early Finnish Prose Literature.” In: Broomans, Petra & Marta Ronne, In the Vanguard of Cultural Transfer. Cultural Transmitters and Authors in Peripheral Literary Fields. Barkhuis: Groningen, pp. 119-134.
Ameel, Lieven 2010: “The Road to Helsinki: The Young Provincial and the Confrontation with the City in Juhani Aho’s Towards Helsinki (1889) and Finnish Literature at the Turn of the 20th Century”. In: Lyytikäinen, Pirjo & Tintti Klapuri & Minna Maijala (eds.), Genre and Interpretation. Helsinki: Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies & The Finnish Graduate School of Literary Studies, pp. 140-155.
Ameel, Lieven 2013: Moved by the City. Experiences of Helsinki in Finnish Prose Literature 1889-1941. Helsinki: Unigrafia.
Ameel, Lieven 2014: Helsinki in Early Twentieth-Century Literature. Urban Experiences in Finnish Prose Fiction 1890-1940. Helsinki: SKS.
Hawkings, Hildi & Soila Lehtonen (eds.) 2000: Helsinki – a Literary Companion. Helsinki: SKS.
Karjalainen, Pauli Tapani & Anssi Paasi 1994: “Contrasting the Nature of the Written City: Helsinki in Regionalistic Thought and as a Dwelling-place. In: Preston, Peter & Paul Simpson-Housley (eds.), Writing the City. Eden, Babylon and the New Jerusalem. London: Routledge, pp.59-80.
Loivamaa, Ismo 1993: Helsinki kaunokirjallisuudessa. Helsinki: Kirjastopalvelu.
Pedersen, Arne Toftegaard 2007: Urbana odysseer. Helsingfors, staden och 1910-talets finlandssvenska prosa. Helsinki: Svenska Litteratursallskapet i Finland.
Riikonen, H.K. 1994: “Rikospaikkana Helsinki. Pääkaupungin kuvia suomalaisessa rikosromaanissa. In: Matero, Johanna & H.K. Riikonen (eds.), Tutkielmia dekkarikirjallisuuden ympäristökuvauksista. Turku: Turun yliopisto, pp. 131-156.
Veivo, Harri 1997: ”Visioista sirpaleisiin – kaupunki kirjallisuudessa.” Hiidenkivi 1997-4: 28-30.

, B. Deniz 2014/2016: Şehrengiz, Urban Rituals and Deviant Sufi Mysticism in Ottoman Istanbul. London: Routledge.
Göknar, Erdag 2013: Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy: The Politics of the Turkish Novel. London: Routledge.
Türe, D. Fatma 2015: Facts and Fantasies: Images of Istanbul Women in the 1920s. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

, Peter 2000: London: The Biography. London: Chatto & Windus.
Altnöder, Sonja 2009: “Die Stadt als Körper: Materialität und Diskursivität in zwei London-Romanen”. In: Hallet, Wolfgang & Birgit Neumann (eds.), Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur. Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn. Bielefeld: Transcript, pp. 299-318.
Colombino, Laura 2013: Spatial Politics in Contemporary London Literature: Writing Architecture and the Body. London: Routledge.
Finch, Jason 2016: “Modern London 1820–2020”. In: Tambling, Jeremy (ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 127–46. Finch, Jason 2016: “Literary Excavations in London’s St Giles. Writing the Rookery, Past and Present”. In: Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu-lehti / The Finnish Journal of Urban Studies.
Finch, Jason 2016: “An Imaginative Place: The East End of London”. In: Finch, Jason, Deep Locational Criticism: Imaginative Place in Literary Research and Teaching. Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp. 173–92.
Finch, Jason 2015: “The Peripheries of London Slumland in George Gissing and Alexander Baron”. In: Ameel, Lieven & Jason Finch & Markku Salmela (eds.), Literature and the Peripheral City. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 56-74.
Finch, Jason 2015: “Grotland Explored: The Fleeting Urban Imaginaries of Post-War Inner West London”. In: Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2 (3), pp. 275–95.
Finch, Jason 2013: “How Cultural? How Material? Reading the Slums of London, 1820-1850”. In: Saija, Isomaa & Pirjo Lyytikainen & Kirsi Saarikangas & Renja Suominen-Kokkonen (eds), Imagining Spaces and Places. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 85-106.
Freeman, Nicholas 2007: Conceiving the City. London, Literature, and Art 1870-1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Germann, Jennifer 2021: “‘Other Women Were Present’: Seeing Black Women in Georgian London.” In: Eighteenth-Century Studies vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 535-555.
Gerzina, Gretchen 1995: Black London: Life Before Emancipation. Rutgers University Press.
Gowing, Laura. Domestic Dangers: Women, Words, and Sex in Early Modern London. Clarendon Press, 1998.
Griffiths, Paul and Mark R. Jenner, eds. Londinopolis: Essays in the Cultural and Social History of Early Modern London. Manchester University Press, 2000.
Groes, Sebastian 2011: The Making of London: London in Contemporary Literature. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Hiller, Geoffrey G. & Peter L. Grovers & Alan F. Dilnot (eds.) 2019: An Anthology of London in Literature, 1558-1914. Palgrave Macmillan.
Koven, Seth 2004: Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian London. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press.
Makdisi, Saree 2013: “Making London Western.” In: Making England Western: Occidentalism, Race, and Imperial Culture. University of Chicago Press, pp. 39-86.
Manley, Lawrence (ed.) 2011: The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of London. Cambridge University Press.
Marcus, Sharon 1999: Apartment Stories: City and Home in Nineteenth-Century Paris and London. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Nead, Lynda 2000: Victorian Babylon. People, Streets and Images in Nineteenth-Century London. London: Yale University Press.
Ogborn, Miles. Spaces of Modernity: London’s Geographies, 1680-1780. Guilford Press, 1998.
Perfect, Michae 2014l. Contemporary Fictions of Multiculturalism: Diversity and the Millennial London Novel. London: Palgrave.
Phillips, Lawrence 2004: The Swarming Streets: Twentieth-Century Literary Representations of London. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Plesske, Nora 2014: The Intelligible Metropolis: Urban Mentality in Contemporary
London. Bielefeld: Transcript.
Porter, Elizabeth 2021: “Clarissa’s Commerce: Relocations and Relationships in London.” In: Eighteenth-Century Fiction. vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 349-367.
Porter, Elizabeth 2015: “A Metropolis in Motion: Defoe and Urban Identity in A Journal of the Plague Year.” In: Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and His Contemporaries. vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 119-131.
Shepherd, Francis 1998: London: A History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Twyning, John 1998: London Dispossessed: Literature and Social Space in the Early Modern City. Palgrave Macmillan.
Wall, Cynthia. The Literary and Cultural Spaces of Restoration London. University of Chicago Press, 1998.
Whitfield, Peter 2006: London: A Life in Maps. London: The British Library.
White, Jerry. A Great and Monstrous Thing: London in the Eighteenth Century. Harvard University Press, 2013.
Wiggins, Alison 2010: “The City and the Text: London Literature”. In: Treharne, Elaine & Greg Walker (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature in English. Oxford University Press.
Wise, Sarah 2008: The Blackest Streets: The Life and Death of a Victorian Slum. London: Bodley Head.
Zemgulys, Andrea P. 2008: Modernism and the Locations of Literary Heritage. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

New York
, William 1996: “How do I get to Broadway? Reading Dos Passos’s ’Manhattan Transfer’ Sign”. In: Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Vol. 38(1), pp. 79-114.
Brooker, Peter 1996: New York Fictions: Modernity, Postmodernism, The New Moderns. London and New York: Longman.
Brosseau, Marc 1995. ‘The City in Textual Form: Manhattan Transfer’s New York’. Ecumene 2.1, pp. 91–114.
Eckhard, Petra 2011: The Goth/am Chronotopes: Time, Space, and the Uncanny in Postmodern New York Novels. Bielefeld: Transcript.
Keunen, Bart 2001: “The Plurality of Chronotopes in the Modernist City Novel: The Case of Manhattan Transfer“. In: English Studies, Oct, Vol. 82(5), pp. 420-436.
Linder, Christoph 2015: Imagining New York: Literature, Urbanism, and the Visual Arts, 1890-1940. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Madsen, Michael 2010: “No more’n a needle in a haystack”: The City as Style and Destructive Underworld in John Dos Passos’ Manhattan Transfer. In: Nordic Journal of English Studies, Jan, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 36-46.
Neculai, Catalina 2014: Urban Space and Late Twentieth-Century New York Literature: Reformed Geographies. New York: Palgrave.
Patell, Cyrus R. K. & Bryan Waterman (eds.) 2010: The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Peacock, James 2015: Brooklyn Fictions. The Contemporary Urban Community in a Global Age. London: Bloomsbury.
Sharpe, William 2008: New York Nocturne: The City After Dark in Literature, Painting, and Photography, 1850-1950. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press.
Tskhvediani, Irakli 2020: “Mythopoeic Chronotope in John Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer”. In: Sjani 21, pp. 81-105.
Tskhvediani, Irakli 2015: “The City Saga: ‘The Center of Things’ or Phantasmagoric Labyrinth? (John Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer)”. In: Arili, 4(234), (in Georgian).
Varela, Angela 2010: “John Dos Passos’s Art: New York’s Flashes in Manhattan Transfer”. In: Goncalves de Abreu, Maria Zina & Bernardo Guido de Vasconcelos (eds.), John Dos Passos: Biography and Critical Essays. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 88-94.
Whyte, Padraic & O’Sullivan, Keith 2014: Children’s Literature and New York Fiction. New York: Routledge.
Wyn, Kelley 1996: Melville’s City: Literary and Urban Form in Nineteenth-Century New York. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

, Walter [1935] 2002: “Paris: The Capital of the Nineteenth Century”. In: H. Eiland & M. W. Jennings (eds.), Selected Writings: Vol. 3, 1935–1938, Harvard University Press, pp. 32–49.
Harvey, David 2003. Paris, Capital of Modernity. London: Routledge.
Higonnet, Patrice 2002: Paris. Capital of the World. Campridge & London: Belknap Press.
Horvath, Christina 2007: Le roman urbain contemporain en France. Paris : Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle.
Mehta, Brinda J., 2010: “Negotiating Arab-Muslim Identity, Contested Citizenship, and Gender Ideologies in the Parisian Housing Projects: Faïza Guène’s Kiffe kiffe demain”. In: Research in African Literatures vol. 41, No. 2, pp. 173-202.
Prendergast, Christopher 1992: Paris and the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.
Reznicek, Matthew 2017. The European Metropolis: Paris and Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Novelists. Clemson (S.C.): Liverpool University Press.
Stierle, Karlheinz 1993: Der Mythos von Paris. Zeichen und Bewusstsein der Stadt. München: Carl Hanser.
Veivo, Harri 2005: “Jälkimoderni kaupunki ranskalaisessa kirjallisuudessa”. In: Helle, A & K. Kajannes (eds.), PoMon tila. Kirjoituksia kirjallisuuden postmodernismista, pp. 160-182.
Veivo, Harri 2001: Written Space. Semiotic Analysis of the Representation of Space and its Rhetorical Functions in Literature. Acta Semiotica Fennica X, Helsinki: Yliopistopaino.
Weich, Horst 1999: „Prototypische und mythische Stadtdarstellung. Zum „Image“ von Paris“. In: Mahler, Andreas (ed.), Stadt – Bilder. Allegorie, Mimesis, Imagination, Heidelberg: Winter, pp. 37-54.

, Alexandra 2011: En Vildmark av Sten. Stockholm i Litteraturen 1897-1916. Stockholm: Stockholmia Förlag.
Westerstahl Stenport, Anna 2002: “Imagining a new Stockholm: Strindberg’s Gamla Stockholm and the construction of metropolitan space”. In: Scandinavian Studies 74/4, pp. 483-504.

Arthur, Eric [1964] 1986: Toronto: No Mean City, revised by Stephen A. Otto. 3rd ed., University of Toronto Press.
Dendy, William 1978: Lost Toronto. Oxford University Press.
Harris, Amy Lavender 2010: Imagining Toronto. Mansfield Press, 2010.
Sewell, John 1995: The Shape of the City: Toronto Struggles with Modern Planning. University of Toronto Press.
Smith, William L. 2016:“’You Might Understand Toronto’: Tracing the Histories of Writing on Toronto Writing.” In: British Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 153–73.
Smith, William L. 2012: Torontos: “Representations of Toronto in Contemporary Canadian Literature”. PhD Thesis, University of Nottingham.
Stolar, Batia Boe 2005: “Building and Living the Immigrant City: Michael Ondaatje’s and Austin Clarke’s Toronto.” In: Edwards, Justin D. &  Douglas Ivison (eds.), Downtown Canada: Writing Canadian Cities, , U of Toronto Press, 2005, pp. 122–141.
Vesala, Meeria 2018: “Urban Archaeology in Michael Redhill’s Toronto Novel Consolation“. MA Thesis, University of Tampere.

, Brigitta 2002: Französische Venedigreisen im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert: Wandlungen des Venedig-Bildes und der Reisebeschreibungen. Génève: Droz.
Corbineau-Hoffmann, Angelika 1993: Paradoxie der Fiktion: literarische Venedigbilder 1797-1984. Berlin: de Gruyter.
Cziborra, Pascal 2009: Lagunenlyrik – Venedig im Spiegel der Dichtung. Eine Studie zur europäischen Literaturgeschichte. Hamburg: Diplomica Verlag.
Dieterle, Bernard 1995: Die versunkene Stadt. Sechs Kapitel zum literarischen Venedig-Mythos. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Pfister, Manfred & Barbara Schaff (eds.) 1999: Venetian Views, Venetian Blinds. English Fantasies of Venice. Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi.
Sarter, Peter 1992: Venedigbilder. Frankfurt: Materiales.
Tanner, Tony 1992: Venice Desired. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Other European Cities
, Jason 2017: “Second City, City Novel: David Lodge and Jonathan Coe Reinterpreted by Birmingham”. In: Finch, Jason, Lieven Ameel & Markku Salmela (eds.), Literary Second Cities. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
, Pia Livia 2013: “A Stranger in a Silent City: Gothic Motifs Embracing Queer Textuality in Alan Hollinghurst’s The Folding Star.” In: Mehtonen, Päivi & Matti Savolainen (eds.), Gothic Topographies: Language, Nation Building and ‘race’. Farnham: Ashgate.

Other Asian Cities
, Madhurima & Umme Al-wazedi (eds.) 2017: Postcolonial Urban Outcasts: City Margins in South Asian Literature. London: Routledge.
Dodson, Michael S. (ed.) 2012: Banaras: Urban Forms and Cultural Histories. New Delhi: Routledge.
Gardner, William O. 2006: Advertising Tower: Japanese Modernism and Modernity in the 1920s. Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center.

Other Nordic Cities
, Sylvain & Mohnike Thomas 2009: “Capitales culturelles et Europe du  Nord /
Kulturhauptstädte Europas”. In: Deshima 01.
Envall, Markku 1992: “Romaani kuin kaleidoskooppi: Mika Waltarin Surun ja ilon kaupunki”. In: Turunen, Risto & Liisa Saariluoma & Dietrich Assmann (eds.), Vaihtuva muoto: tutkielmia suomalaisen romaanin historiasta. Helsinki: SKS, pp. 91-103.
Karkama, Pertti 1998: “Kaupunki kirjallisuudessa; ongelmia ja näkökohtia”. In: Kurikka, Kaisa (ed.), Paikkoja ja tiloja suomalaisessa kirjallisuudessa. Turku: Turku University, pp. 13–38.
Klok, Janke, 2011: Det norske litterære Feminapolis 1880-1980 – Skram, Undset, Sandel og Haslunds byromaner – mot en ny modernistisk genre. Groningen: Barkhuis.
Klok, Janke, 2010: “Revolutionary Voices: Nordic Women Writers and the Development of Female Urban Prose 1860–1900”. In: Feminist Review Vol. 96, No. 1, 2010, pp. 74–88.
Klok, Janke, 2009: “From our European Correspondent – Camilla Collett (1813-1895) and Cultural Transmission”. In: P. Broomans (ed.), From Darwin to Weil: Women as Transmitters of Ideas. Groningen: Barkhuis, pp. 21-45.
Klok, Janke 2002: “Van burgerstadbewoner tot urban walker. De vrouw in de literaire stad van 1885 tot 1927”. In: Sekse en de City. Jaarboek voor Vrouwengeschiedenis 22, Uitgeverij Aksant, pp. 74-96.
Klok, Janke, 2002: “Litterære kvinner og byen: Slutt eller begynnelse på en historie?”. In: Garton, Janet & Michael Robinson (eds.), On the treshold. New Studies in Nordic Literature. Norvik Press, pp. 173-182.
Klok, Janke, 2001: “Amalie Skrams fire byromaner: Et naturalistisk romaneksperiment”. In: TijdSchrift voor Skandinavistiek, Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 169-188.
Madsen, Peter 2001: “Imagined Urbanity. Novelistic Representations of Copenhagen.” In: Madsen, Peter & Richard Plunz (eds.), The Urban Lifeworld: Formation, Perception, Representation. London: Routledge, pp. 293–313.
Talivee, Elle-Mari & Jason Finch 2015: “Eduard Vilde and the Peripheries of Tallinn, 1858-1903”. In: Ameel, Lieven & Jason Finch & Markku Salmela (eds.), Literature and the Peripheral City. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 164-183.

Other American Cities
, Stefan L. & Michael Fuchs (eds.) 2018: Space Oddities: Difference and Identity in the American City. American Studies in Austria, vol. 16. Wien and Munster: LIT Verlag. Brandt, Stefan L. 2010: “Open City, Closed Space: Metropolitan Aesthetics in American Literature from Brown to DeLillo”. In: Brandt, Stefan L. & Winfried Fluck & Frank Mehring (eds.), Transcultural Spaces: Challenges of Urbanity, Ecology, and the Environment. REAL Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature, 26. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, pp. 121-44.
Brandt, Stefan L. 2017: “Open Doors, Closed Spaces: The Transatlantic Imaginary in American City Writing from Post-Revolutionary Literature to Postmodernism”. In: Van Morze, Leonard & Fay, Elizabeth (eds.), Cities and the Circulation of Culture in the Atlantic World. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 179-205.
Byrn Køhlert, Frederik 2011: The Chicago Literary Experience: Writing the City, 1893-1953. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
Den Tandt, Christophe 1998: The Urban Sublime in American Literary Naturalism. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
Dines, Martin 2020: The Literature of Suburban Change: Narrating Spatial Complexity in Metropolitan America. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Eckstein, Barbara 2006: Sustaining New Orleans: Literature, Local Memory, and the Fate of a City. London: Routledge.
Geyh, Paula E. 2006: “From cities of Things to Cities of Signs: Urban Spaces and Urban Subjects in Sister Carrie and Manhattan Transfer“. In: Twentieth Century Literature, Winter, Vol. 52(4), pp. 413-442.
Hurm, Gerhard 1991: Fragmented Urban Images: The American City in Modern Fiction from Stephen Crane to Thomas Pynchon. Frankfurt am Main: Lang.
Ickstadt, Heinz 2001: Faces of Fiction: American Literature and Culture from the Jacksonian Period to Postmodernity. Heidelberg: Winter.
McNamara, Kevin R. 1996: Urban Verbs. Arts and Discourses in American Cities. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Moore, Robbie. “To the Center of Things: Geographies of the Anarchist City Novel”. In: Goncalves de Abreu, Maria & Bernardo Guido de Vasconcelos (eds.), John Dos Passos: Biography and Critical Essays. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 130-142.
Mount, Nick 2006: When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. University of Toronto Press.
Rotella, Carlo 1998: October Cities. The Redevelopment of Urban Literature. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Yoon, Hye-Joon 2012: Metropolis and Experience: Defoe, Dickens and Joyce. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

, Antonio 1993:  O discurso e a cidade. São Paulo: Livraria Duas Cidades.
Dalcastagne, Regina & Gislene Barral (eds.) 2019: Literatura e cidades. Porto Alegre: Editors Zouk.
Dalcastagne, Regina & Lucía Tennina (eds.) 2019: Literatura e Periferias. Porto Alegre: Editors Zouk.
Faria, Alexandre 2009: Literatura de Subtração: a experiência urbana na ficção contemporânea. Rio de Janeiro: Papel Virtual Editora.
Gomes, Renato 1994: Todas as cidades, a cidade. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Rocco.
Lowe, Elizabeth 1982: The City in Brazilian Literature. New Brunswick: Associated University Press.
Tennina, Lucia 2017: Cuidado com os Poetas Literatura e Periferia na Cidade de São Paulo. Porto Alegre: Editors Zouk.

, Giorgio 2015: Roma degli scrittori: Calvino, Gadda, Landolfi, Levi, Malerba, Manganelli, Moravia, Pasolini. Rome: Artemide.
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