Ballybeg, the fictitious setting for Brian Friel’s plays, is more famous than most real villages in Ulster. Despite not existing, the village has a kind of cultural and geographic life. This is part of what this map is about. It locates and charts Ulster’s fictional places — places invented by writers down through the years. These places have meaning too, they are part of how Ulster pictures itself and how others picture Ulster.
|Place of Publication||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Size||50 cm x 70 cm|
|Publication status||Published - 01 Jun 2013|
Bibliographical noteI continue to develop maps of Ulster and parts of Ulster. Fictional Ulster is my forth.
- Fictional Ulster