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The Aesthetics of fantasy literature and art / edited by Roger C. Schlobin.

Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, [1982] .
ISBN 0268006008, 0268005982

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Other Authors Schlobin, Roger C.
Subjects Art fantastique.
Fantasy in art.
Fantasy literature -- History and criticism.
Fantasy literature.
Het fantastische.
Littérature fantastique -- Histoire et critique.
Phantastische Literatur.
Description xvi, 288 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Also issued online.
Contents The encounter with fantasy / Gary K. Wolfe -- On the nature of fantasy / C.N. Manlove -- From fancy to fantasy: Coleridge and beyond / W.R. Irwin -- The secondary worlds of high fantasy / Kenneth J. Zahorski and Robert H. Boyer -- Ethical fantasy for children / Francis J. Molson -- And the world became strange: realms of literary fantasy / George P. Landow -- Fantastic visions: British illustration of the Arabian nights / Terry Reece Hackford -- Pure and applied fantasy, or from Faerie to Utopia / Robert Crossley -- Aspects of fantasy in literary myths about lost civilizations / Samuel H. Vasbinder -- Modern fantasy and medieval romance: a comparative study / Raymond H. Thompson -- Heroic fantasy and social reality: ex nihilo nihil fit / Jules Zanger -- Recent developments in the theory of spell construction / William M. Scuyler, Jr. -- Modern fantasy fiction: a checklist / Roger C. Schlobin -- Modern critical studies and reference works on fantasy / Marshall B. Tyman.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8280162
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