Fall 2017–Winter 2018

Interstitial Image

The so-called Bellman’s Map from Lewis Carroll’s 1876 book-length poem The Hunting of the Snark. As Carroll describes it in the work’s second canto: “He had brought a large map representing the sea, / Without the least vestige of land: / And the crew were much pleased when they found it to be / A map they could all understand.”
If you’ve enjoyed the free articles that we offer on our site, please consider subscribing to our nonprofit magazine. You get twelve online issues and unlimited access to all our archives.