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There are places that rest tangibly on the Earth's surface, and places that flourish only in the imagination, and places that site their existence within a moral geography, and a

There are places that rest tangibly on the Earth's surface, and places that flourish only in the imagination, and places that site their existence within a moral geography, and a few places, not many, Bor Island among them, that manage to fuse all these settings together. In truth, Bor belongs with that long tradition of island Arcadias that have attracted Western thinkers since well before Thomas More in 1516 gave them the name they now have: Utopia. What makes Bor Island unique is that its informing theme is fire.

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  • 2014-11-30
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1093/isle/isv001
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      1759-1090
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      1076-0962
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    & Pyne, Stephen J. (2015). East of the Wind and West of the Rain. ISLE-INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN LITERATURE AND ENVIRONMENT, 22(1), 155-163. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/isle/isv001

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