23209Re: NPR: Vote for 10 best teen novels
- Aug 2, 2012--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, davise@... wrote:
>Well, having Googled around, the answer to my own question is that the first editions of both "Robinson Crusoe" and "Gulliver's Travels" had illustrations by Herman Moll, who was a major cartographer of the time.
> Are there any fiction books with maps earlier than Treasure Island (1883)?
Also, older, there are charts (though not exactly maps) by Bartolomeo
(I can't figure out _which_ Bartolomeo -- it's dated 1420, which doesn't correspond to any of the Bartolomeo painters in Wikipedia) and by Botticelli.
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