A hidden, wondrous place that is unexpectedly revealed to exist in your periphery.
Coined in the late 19th century by children’s literary author, Christabel Rose Coleridge (1839-1921), in her book, “Sainsbury Tales”, depicting three teens who accidentally stumbled onto a magical land of Swedish Shortsnout dragons, crimson-feathered pixies and two-humped camels, by opening their grandmother’s house electrical fuse box.
19th Century England; Literature; Early Fantastic Children’s Writing.
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