The Fantasy Tradition in American Literature: From Irving to Le Guin
Indiana University Press, 22/11/1980 - 224 páginas
Brian Attebery considers eccentricities and history in the writings of, Baum, Ruskin, MacDonald, Morris, Lewis and Tolkien in a concise survey of the different definitions and characteristics of the genre of fantasy, first exploring it as a whole, then defining its influence on American folklore.
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