mythical place

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Hess has commanded Aria to find the Still Blue, a mythical place free of aether, the energy tearing apart the world and threatening them all, in order to save Reverie and free Talon from them.
Why Google Maps is unable to label a real geographic location but can pinpoint a mythical place remains unexplained.
It cited Marks & Spencer's salmon from 'Lochmuir', a mythical place where fish leap gratefully into the arms of loving mongers, and its Oakham chickens, which - shockingly - are sourced from more than one location.
Asch, who spent a decade teaching in the county, draws us into the history, geography and sociology of it, entrapping us in the tale as if it were a mythical place.
He is the Buddha of the High California Desert, a mythical place full of magick.
As pointed out by Alla Sokolova in her article" Evrejskie mestechki pamjati: lokalizacija shtetla" (Jewish lieux de memoire: localization of Shtetl, 29-64), for the children, the grandchildren, and now the great- grandchildren of those who left the traditional Jewish world of villages from "Russia" and emigrated to the United States, France or Israel, the shtetl is a mythical place on an imaginary map.
The people of Teesside have spoken and we want our identity back, we live in Teesside not the mythical place called Tees Valley.
The story is about a young boy who had a dream of the Land of the Lost Sun and he meets his Moonshadow which inspires him to leave home for a journey to find that mythical place.
It also is a mythical place for a lot of people;" Armstrong said of California.
Some scholars argue that David's Jerusalem was merely a backwater village glorified into a mythical place by those they say penned the Bible centuries later.
It was my third visit to the mythical place of Carvershire.
Choosing such works as Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Simone Schwartz-Bart's The Bridge of Beyond and Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the Widow, Smith shows how connection to Africa as both a real and mythical place and consideration of Africa in terms of colonialism and post-colonialism, the play of anthropology and theology, literary theory and trans-Atlantic forms of ritual and vernacular culture, particularly Vodun, which is understood as voodoo in the case of the Americas.
It is a mythical place, but we have to let it have a positive influence.
One chapter in particular makes a case that the creation of a mythical place and setting within a southern novel, much like that of William Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha, offers a "space where the real gives way to the possible" in African American culture (95).
Jiling itself is more a mythical place, not an identifiable location on a map.