Encyclopedia of Things that Never Were: Creatures, Places, and People

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Viking, 1987 - Reference - 240 pages
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Detailed, encyclopedia-style entries, supplemented by 300 full-color and black-and-white illustrations, introduce the worlds of imaginative mythology, folklore, literature, and fairy tales.

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Encyclopedia of things that never were: creatures, places, and people

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This comprehensive compilation references myths and fantasies from around the world and spanning human history. Detailed yet succinct, the very readable articles are collected under seven topics--e.g ... Read full review

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Robert Ingpen is an award-winning illustrator of numerous books, including The Encyclopedia of Events That Changed the World, The Encyclopedia of Ideas That Changed the World, and The Encyclopedia of Mysterious Places (all Penguin Studio).

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