Alternative Worlds in Fantasy Fiction - Ursula Le Guin, Terry Prachett, Philip

By: Hunt / Lenz

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Continuum Academic: Continuum International, 2005. Alternative Worlds in Fantasy Fictiontraces the historical development of the fantasy genre and provides in-depth critical discussion of the work of Terry Pratchett, Ursula Le Guin and Philip Pullman, including The Amber Spyglass. Fantasy literature - the public face of play and desire, with its productively opposing drives of ingenuity and simplicity, freedom and control - covers a spectacular range. It is never innocent, very often highly complex, and based on ethical premises. Through both an outline history and a detailed analysis of key texts, the authors indicate the richness of the genre and the cultural tensions it provokes.<p>. Paperback. New.

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