An atlas of fantasy

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Ballantine Books, 1979 - Literary Criticism - 210 pages
More than one hundred detailed maps depict lands of fantasy, folk-lore, and fiction from Atlantis to Oz as described by novelists, cartoonists, utopians, and story-tellers

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User Review  - ashleytylerjohn - www.librarything.com

Terrific book, even if only for the impetus it gave me to read more obscure fantasy authors--would I ever have attempted James Branch Cabell without it? A wonderful array of maps from earlier fantasy ... Read full review

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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

There are some of the great maps, Middle Earth, Narnia, and, Islandia. We can't escape Oz, apparently, and then the disproportionate maps like "Texas and the USA", and the really crude like Edgar Rice ... Read full review

Contents

Based on the stories of Lloyd Alexander
168
MARS
174
MONGO
180
KANTHOS SÜLMANNON AND ANZOR
186
MAFRICA
196
THE WORLDS OF ERIC JOHN STARK
202
Afterword
208
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