In Lewis Carroll's books, he had two great examples of maps. In The Hunting of the Snark, the crew of the boat had a map that dispensed with the unnecessary distractions of conventional markings - the map was a perfect and absolute blank. In Sylvie and Bruno, on the other hand, the inhabitants of a small country had a… » 10/18/13 1:19pm 10/18/13 1:19pm