Cavendish M. Duchess of Newcastle , London 1662.

Included in the same volume with was was a semi-scientific utopian romance, in which Cavendish declared herself "Margaret the First."Invited to the Royal SocietyMore than anything else, Cavendish yearned for the recognition of the scientific community.

Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle died suddenly on 15December 1673 at the age of fifty.

Interestingly, it seems that none of the animals (humanoid or otherwise) in the Blazing World need towear 3-D glasses, perhaps this is because most animals perceive colors differently than humans do."

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Cavendish M. Duchess of Newcastle , London, 1668.

“The Blazing World” is a reference to

Loren Collins writes, "The '1695' in the lower-leftcorner of the map is no allusion. It's the date of the map, asindicated on the Dossier's table of contents." Keith Kole writes, "Thethird symbol is the Masonic compass and right angle broken or dissolved indicating ordinary geometry does not function in the Blazing World."

The Description of a New Blazing World

I don't have my copyof the Little Nemo collection or a copy of Just So Stories handy to check,but some of the other designs in the 3-D section are also reminiscentof McKay's artwork."

Peter Sanderson writes, "The long, narrow panels on pages 181 and 188 resemble typical McCay visual storytelling, which shows action (like the giant walking and the animals charging) takingplace over a succession of panels, like a series of animation drawings. Moore and O'Neill are likely visually linking the Blazing World toMcCay's dream world of Slumberland, which are both realms of the imagination.

The Blazing World and Other Writings (Penguin Classics) ..

It is an archipelago which is exactly opposite France and so its culture is an inverse of the French, down to its capital "Sirap." Megapatagonia being the same as the Blazing World explains certain reversals, as mentioned on Page 183.

Margaret Cavendish, The Blazing World ..

“...this South Pole location, Metapatagonia, is actually the sameplace as the Blazing World?”
Megapatagonia was created of Nicolas Edme Restif de la Bretonne and appeared in (1781).

Margaret Cavendish’s The Blazing World

This suggests that Toylandwas on the fringes of the Blazing World, since Orlando will later pointout to Mina that although they saw the Blazing World in 1907, they didn'tactually set foot there until a few years later (Page 182, Panel 3)."