'when we are in a [a quandary as we call it], a doubt or hesitation, whether to go this way, or that way, a secret hint shall direct us this way, when we intended to go that way; nay, when sense, our own inclination, and perhaps business has called to go the other way, yet a strange impression upon the mind, from we know not what springs, and by we know not what power, shall overrule us to go this way, and it shall afterwards appear that had we gone that way which we should have gone, and even to our imagination ought to have gone, we should have been ruined and lost.' Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe
In the grass at the top of St Leonard's Gardens there is the faintest memory of Burton's maze. A Maze is Peter Quinnell's reimagining of that imprint in the soil.
St Leonards Gardens, Maze Hill, St Leonards on Sea, TN38 0BA
Access: Level access through South Lodge Arch at the bottom of the gardens.