Vol. 17 (1990-1991)
No. 4 (1991)
Fantasy Characterization: The Example of Tolkien
Distinguishes the aesthetic requirements of fantasy as a genre and how they differ from those of mimetic fiction. Analyzes the success of The Lord of the Rings in meeting those requirements, particularly in characterization and inner consistency.
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