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Lewis and J. With contributions from major critics in the field such as Stephen Prickett, Malcolm Guite, Jean Webb and Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson, as well as newer voices from a range of international scholars, this book treads new territory while returning us to the roots of modern fantasy literature.

In my chapter, I explore the origins of the modern fantasy genre in the Victorian correlation between the space of dreams and the supernatural world, and their exploration of both through the new development of non-Euclidean geometry and its related notions of higher-dimensional space, or hyperspace. The connection between George MacDonald and his circle to C. Lewis and his circle has never been made so clear.

Lewis Journal. Neverwhere opens a new window Neverwhere opens a new window Perdido Street Station : Isaac, a brilliant and quirky scientist, lives in a place that's anything but black and white. Perdido Street Station opens a new window The Time Machine : This classic science fiction novella begins in Victorian England… and ends up in another time entirely. The Time Machine opens a new window Do you have any suggestions to add?

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Silent Moon written by Sarina Dorie. Imagine a blend of a whimsical fantasy world with Jane Eyre.

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Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. After that it improved. This is a neo-Victorian story about a magical circus and the magicians who run it.


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I loooooved it. It made me want to join the circus. Okay, so I actually have run away and joined the circus as a performer at Cirque du Eugene. A British navy officer is forced to become an aviator for a dragon to help defend his country. The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner.


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I loved this tale of magic, love and revenge during the French Revolution. It is considered young adult but I thought it was very well done and the themes are very mature. I look forward to reading the sequel. This book deals with the idea of parallel worlds and reincarnations. The main character, in a modern setting, is transported back in time into a past life while her future self lives on and struggles with the same problems.

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I loved this because of the Jane Austen references. There were a couple historical inaccuracies I caught but I was willing to overlook. Stardust by Neil Gaiman. Everyone I know who reads fantasy always raves about Neil Gaiman. Aside from Good Omens, co-written with Terry Pratchet, I have always found his writing dark, gloomy and just not my thing. Then I watched the movie Stardust and discovered there was a book.

The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman. This was steampunk before we were calling it steampunk. I like Lyra and felt sympathy for all the things that happened to her thoughout the series. On the other hand, I actually read Heartless, the sequel, not the original by mistake.