Literary Toponyms

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DescriptionToponymAuthor, work
Any idealized place, from the English town that was home to Arthur's Round Table.Arthurian legends
Hell, or any place resembling such a hot place, from one of the realms of the afterlife visited by Dante.Dante,
Divine Comedy
Any idealized place, from a perfect society set on an imaginary island off the coast of South America.Sir Thomas More,
(Work of the same name)
Any unrealistic place or situation, from the name of the magic land of lost boys, Indians, fairies, and pirates.James Barrie, Peter Pan
Any city of great riches, after a legendary city purportedly on Lake Parime in the highlands of Guyana.South American legend
Any luxurious plantation or property, from the name of the region where 'a stately pleasure dome' is located.Samuel Taylor Coleridge,
Kubla Khan
Any secluded idealized place, from the name of a Himalayan mountain kingdom.James Hilton,
Lost Horizon
Heaven, or a heavenly existence, from the place reserved for mortals related to the gods and other heroes.Greek mythology
State of wild disorder and noise, from the capital of Hell.John Milton, Paradise Lost
Immense or enormous, from the name of the land where people grow 60 feet tall.Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels
Apparent aptitude for making fortunate and unexpected discoveries by accident, from a tale of three Princes who made many unexpected discoveries, and from old name for Sri Lanka.Persian Fairy Tale
Ridiculously impractical, from the name of the flying land where people engaged in inane projects while neglecting practical activities.Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels

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