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  • Fremde Weltenby Hans-Harald Müller; Lars Schmeink

    De Gruyter 2012; US$ 140.00

    Until recently, scholars were hesitant to take the fantastic seriously. But since the 1990s, the increasing presence of the fantastic in mass media has spurred growing academic interest in the subject. This book discusses that new interest and brings together recent research in various disciplines. It provides an overview of current approaches and... more...

  • Collision of Realitiesby Lars Schmeink; Astrid Böger

    De Gruyter 2012; US$ 126.00

    Even though the fantastic has been a part of our culture for as long as it exists, it has not been a prominent feature of European academic interest. But the commencing boom of fantastic themes in contemporary media production has facilitated a paradigmatic change in research, prompting a wide interest in the fantastic in all its forms. This volume... more...

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