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While the real world is merely tolerable, fiction provides us with a brilliantly infinite form of escape.

And while this can be facilitated purely through imagination, a helping hand is never a bad thing. Those talented folk over at We Are Dorothy are continuing to help us in this area with their collection of fantastical maps.

We've previously featured their movie offering and now they have an equally sharp literary equivalent.

The map is made up of various book titles that also double at places so you can take a walk around Mansfield Park, stop off at the Fight Club and take a boat out to Treasure Island.

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