We’ve seen many literary maps already, but the simplest ideas are usually hardest to catch.
And there it is! The literary map of the world where each country is represented by one book. And the book is represented by the most recognizable cover.
The books were picked by the author subjectively. You’ll certainly disagree with some decisions. The way I see it is that the purpose of the map is not necessarily to show the most famous book, but the one that defines the country.
The map has been already updated with better book picks, and now it’s accompanied by the entire list of titles, in case you can’t decode them from the visual. You’ll find everything in this Reddit thread.
Do you agree with country-book pairings? Click or tap the image to see them in full resolution.
Via The Independent.
Keep exploring. Here are other infographics about books and reading:
- A quick and easy guide to Amazon Prime Day 2018 (infographic)
- 18 most recognizable book covers and fun facts about them (infographic)
- 50 empowering quotes from fictional female characters (infographic)
- Best selling books and book series of the 21st century (infographic)
- Benefits of reaching modern learners with mobile devices (infographic)
Want even more? Check out all articles in this topic: Infographics.
Start the discussion
Tips and tricks
Black Friday 2017 on Amazon – more than 50 days of deals, 100 million items ship free
Amazon reveals the store where you will be able to find deals on millions of items from almost every category.
Tablet for kids – when the regular Fire is better than Kids Edition
Want to buy a tablet for kids? Amazon Fire Kids Edition or the regular Fire tablet? This post will help you choose.
Case covers for Kindle Oasis 2 that you might have missed
Here are case elegant but affordable covers and sleeves designed by third-party producers to fit Kindle Oasis e-reader (second generation, released in 2017). They are a great alternative to the original Amazon Origami stand case.
17 unique gifts and accessories for Edgar Allan Poe fans
The fascinating world of Edgar Allan Poe macabre as seen on gifts, personal accessories, jewelry, home decor, and apparel.
50 illustrations that cleverly describe what books are about
The best illustrations about books and reading. By Paweł Kuczyński, Andrea De Santis, Jungho Lee, Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu, Dale Edwin Murray, and Mariusz Stawarski, among others.
50 awesome posters that encourage to read
A list of most awesome read posters from Etsy, Zazzle, Redbubble, Society6 and AllPosters. For all needs and tastes.