The setting is a country called Inish (the Irish word for "island" and also for "tell"), which bears a striking resemblance to modern Eire. More pertinently, Inish resembles a state of mind—and since the mind has a tendency to wander, it's not unnatural that certain scenes take place in Australia, Iceland, and the desolate Arrack Mines.
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