A title a day* helps keep the doldrums away.
Book of Blank Maps, with Instructions
Foulsham & Co., Ltd, London, Undated
Note: Price is One Shilling and Sixpence net
Landscapes that appear before you (or somewhere in the world) as you map them? Perhaps this is how the magician magically transports people or animals (such as nuns or tigers?) onstage in front of a disbelieving audience? Can he use each map more than once, without risk? What happens when he runs out of blank maps? Can he change them? Are they inhabited?
Or is it a metaphor for a human heart (or hearts), following a tragedy?
*From the book of eye opening titles, Scouts in Bondage and other violations of literary propriety, ed. Michael Bell.