And to this human interest he adds something more, for he leads us too through "unpathed
waters" to "the undreamed shores" of fairyland.
Byzantium, the capital and center of the Empire, is the place of order; Broceliande, the "unpathed
" (Taliessin 24 ["Bors to Elayne: The Fish of Broceliande"]) western forest, the place of potentiality, energy, and creativity.
In The Winter's Tale, Camillo muses about "unpathed
waters, undreamed shores." Here, on the seacoast of Utah, I can sense their allure.