Survey of modern fantasy literature, Volume 5
Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, 1983 - Fantasy literature - 2538 pages
Provides individual essay-reviews of 500 titles, series, and collections written by some of the most respected writers of fantasy. Also includes 19 topical essays, Chronology, and Annotated bibliography and a Bibliography of fantasy anthologies.
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