Map of The Open Country of Woman's Heart, ca. 1830

Via Public Domain Review: "The Open Country of Woman’s Heart, Exhibiting its internal communications, and the facilities and dangers to Travellers therein” (1830s), by D.W. Kellog.

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  1. edgore says:

    Well, I now have the map for my next D&D campaign.

  2. kyle90 says:

    The fickle wench hath again exiled me to the Region of PLATONIC AFFECTION!

  3. For some reason this reminds me of Jonathan Swift's "A Gentle Echo on Woman", which includes such choice lines as:

    *Shepherd. Lord, what is she that can so turn and wind?
    Echo. Wind.
    Shepherd. If she be wind, what stills her when she blows?
    Echo. Blows.*

    I'm sorry to say it gets worse.

  4. "Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart."

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