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25. John Wilford, Mapmakers, 45. 26. John Wilford, Mapmakers, 46. 27. Toby Lester, The Fourth Part of the World: The Race to the Ends of the Earth, and the Epic Story of the Map That Gave America Its Name (New York: Free Press, 2009), 76–77. 28. ” The Hereford World Map, ed. P. D. A. Harvey (London: British Library, 2006), 79–93, at 79. 29. Peter Barber and Tom Harper, Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda, and Art (London: British Library, 2010), 14. 30. Peter Barber and Tom Harper, Magnificent Maps, 25.
30 Jerusalem is placed in the center of the map, with Eden’s garden at the 28 S T E P H E N YA N D E L L top, and the apocalyptic monsters of Gog and Magog in the far north (the left). ”31 By offering its users a chance to contemplate a perfect vision of the world, a mappamundi such as the Hereford map supports the Christian ideological project of its makers, reminding humanity of its double status in the world. The temptation and banishment of Adam and Eve remind us we are profoundly lost, for example, and our sinful state is reinforced by the depiction of Christ suffering in Jerusalem.
Jean Baudrillard, Simulations, trans. Paul Foss, et al. (New York: Semiotext[e], 1983), 23–24. 2. Louis Marin, Utopics: Spacial Play, trans. Robert Volrath (Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities, 1984), 240. 3. Cheryl Mattingly, “Becoming Buzz Lightyear and Other Clinical Tales,” Folk 45 (2004): 9–32, at 9. 4. Alexander Bruce, “Princesses without a Prince: A Consideration of Girls’ Reactions to Disney’s ‘Princess’ Movies,” Children’s Folklore Review 28 (2005): 7–21, at 15. I N T RO DU C T ION 17 5.