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The geographical imagination of Tim Robinson

for elite visitors, artists and tourists throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and part of Robinson’s narrative is to reference local associations with notable personages. For example, the Zetland hotel was originally The Viceroy’s Rest and was named in honour of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the Earl of Zetland, who holidayed in the 1880s and 1890s. Munga Lodge was owned by the Frewins, one of whom was Moreton Frewin who ‘made and lost a fortune in Wyoming and married Clara Jerome’, one of the Jerome sisters of New York City. Clifden Castle, built by

in Unfolding Irish landscapes