Parrots fly over a top down view of an archipelago.

Archipelago: An Atlas of Imagined Islands

by Huw Lewis-Jones Author

Why are islands so irresistibly fascinating? People have been hooked on these isolated spots for ages—think Utopia, Atlantis, or Robinson Crusoe's desert island. Back in 1719, Daniel Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe, a tale that mixed reality and fantasy. To mark the 300 years since Crusoe hit the shelves, Archipelago brings together top-notch illustrators from around the globe. They're putting themselves in Crusoe's shoes, sketching out their own dreamy islands on specially crafted maps so that you, too, can embark upon your own inner island adventures.

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