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Beyond the Map (from the author of Off the Map)

Unruly enclaves, ghostly places, emerging lands and our search for new utopias

By (author) Alastair Bonnett
Format: Hardback
Publisher: White Lion Publishing, United Kingdom
Published: 31st Aug 2017
Dimensions: w 121mm h 226mm d 31mm
Weight: 480g
ISBN-10: 1781316384
ISBN-13: 9781781316382
Barcode No: 9781781316382
Synopsis
Geography is getting stranger. Out there, fleets of new islands are under construction and micro-nations are struggling into the light. As new borders and boundaries ebb and flow with increasing speed, it feels as if our old maps are being discarded, redrawn or torn up. Alastair Bonnett uncovers the stories of thirty-nine extraordinary places, each of which challenges us to re-imagine the world around us. From emerging islands, disruptive enclaves and bold utopian visions to uncanny ruins, ghostly tunnels and hidden landscapes - these are destinations that lie beyond ordinary coordinates. A follow on from the critically acclaimed Off the Map, this is a timely and fascinating discussion of place, ownership and ideas of state.

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"An engrossing look at geographical eccentricities that will be revealing for even seasoned armchair travellers." * Engineering & Technology * "...plenty to enjoy for readers interested in areas of the world with strange and surprising histories ....an intriguing whistle-stop tour of diverse attempts to create and define a sense of place and belonging." * BBC World Histories magazine * "Bonnett has an eye for the fascinating corners of his subject... There's much to enjoy here..." * Geographical magazine * "Full of rich, strange anecdote, Beyond the Map skips restlessly around the globe... This fine book is an expert, engaged guide to how one might begin to start mapping these often perplexing processes." * Prospect magazine *