The Encyclopedia of Fantasy

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John Clute, John Grant
Macmillan, 15‏/03‏/1999 - 1079 من الصفحات
This huge volume is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of the fantasy field. Not only does it describe the genre authoritatively, but it redefines it, offering an exciting new analysis of this highly diverse and hugely popular sphere of art. With more than 4,000 entries and over one million words, this volume covers every aspect of fantasy-literature, film, television, opera, art, and comics. Written and compiled by a team of editors with unparalleled collective experience in the field, it is an invaluable reference for anyone interested in the art of the fantastic. This paperback edition includes thirty-two pages of update material obtained since the hardcover when to press.

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Clearly this is THE resource for the collector. Though, obviously, a revised edition that takes us through 2005 or beyond would be even better. One hopes that the advent of the internet over the past ten years hasn’t made this less likely. قراءة التقييم بأكمله

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John Clute received the Pilgrim Award in 1994 for distinguished contributions to the study of science fiction. He has reviewed extensively for The Washington Post, Interzone, Sci-Fi Weekly, and many other publications. He was the joint editor with Peter Nicholls of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.

John Grant is the author of many nonfiction books, including The Directory of Possibilities, with Colin Wilson, and the bestselling Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters. He was the technical editor of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.

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