Paula Rego created in 1989 her etching titled How many miles to Babylon? This etching shows an Alice in Wonderland style of folklore. It connects English folklore with the 1001 Night fairytale landscape of Babylon. Paula Rego’s etching touches similar artworks like Denise Levertov’s book Babylon Candle or the mysticalBabylon Candle or the Nursery Rhyme, How Many Miles to Babylon? There is also Elisabeth Smarts’ parody on Psalm 137, with her book By Central Station I sat Down and Wept. All these art projects refer to thee mystical landscape of Babylon on the Euphrates.