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FANTASY

LITTÉRATURE & CINÉMA

MARGINALIA HORS SÉRIE NO 19: ÉTUDES GÉNÉRALES SUR LA FANTASY

JANVIER 2011

Marginalia est publié 4 fois par an par


NORBERT SPEHNER
565, rue de Provence, Longueuil, J4H 3R3 (Québec/Canada)

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La bibliographie qui suit est une compilation de
base des principales études sur la fantasy, un
genre qui flirte avec le merveilleux, le conte de fée,
la science-fiction et le fantastique et qui s'est
vraiment démarqué après l'immense succès des
oeuvres de Tolkien, au point même de supplanter
la science-fiction. Le mot n'ayant toujours pas
d'équivalent valable en français, nous avons gardé
le terme "fantasy" désignant des oeuvres
d'imagination se déroulant dans des lieux
imaginaires où la magie est fonctionnelle, où volent
les dragons et rôdent les orcs, les elfes et autres
entités de ces mondes fabuleux. Sauf recoupements
inévitables, cette bibliographie ne recense pas les
études sur le conte populaire, le conte de fée, le
merveilleux, la littérature jeunesse et autres
domaines connexes. Dans certains de ses ouvrages,
notamment allemands et anglo-saxons, le mot est
pris dans un sens très large, incluant les autres
genres de l'imaginaire. Nous avons retenu les
ouvrages où il était question des oeuvres d'au
moins deux écrivains. Pour les études sur les
auteurs individuels (Tolkien, Lord Dunsany, C. S.
Lewis, Pullman, etc) , il y aura un autre hors série
plus tard. Cette bibliographie comprend deux
parties : la littérature & le cinéma

Norbert Spehner Need to Know About Fantasy Books


janvier 2011 and Movies, Eugene (OR), Harvest House
Publishers, 2005, 297 pages.
Award–winning journalist Richard Abanes
clears away the confusion many readers
LITTÉRATURE experience over fantasy books and films.
He delves into the differences between
various forms of fantasy and digs out
ABANES, Richard, Fantasy and Your answers needed by every parent, youth
Familiy : Exploring Lord of the Ring, worker, teacher, and student.The stories
Harry Potter and Modern Magick, of Tolkien, Lewis, and Rowling—and films
Camp Hill (PA), Christian Publications, based on them—have touched millions of
2002, 300 pages. lives. How are these authors similar...and
This volume looks at the life of fantasy different? Where do they fit into today’s
writer J.R.R. Tolkien, the popularity of his ever–growing desire for the mystery and
fantasy works, their content, and what magic fantasy provides?
separates them from other fantasy
volumes such as Harry Potter by J.K. ALEXANDER, Rob, Dessiner des paysa-
Rowling and the children’s horror books by ges et des mondes de fantasy, Paris,
R.L. Stine. A particularly interesting survey Eyrolle, (Trait pour trait), 2007, 127
of Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings includes pages.
a thorough analysis of its storyline,
characters, and morality. These are ALLEN, Judy, L’Encyclopédie de la
compared side-by-side with Harry Potter. fantasy, Paris, Rouge & or, 2006, 144
pages. Ed. or. : Fantasy Encyclopedia,
ABANES, Richard, Harry Potter, Narnia, New York, Houghton Mifflin, 2005, 144
and The Lord of the Rings : What You pages.

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The Fantasy Encyclopedia is a spectacular Story that Inspired the Legend. On the
one-stop guide to the creatures and 2004 Rendering of the Arthurian Story and
people of folklore and fantasy. From its Classroom Application - Ana Isabel
goblins and fairies to dragons and Dracula, Expósito-Álvarez: Manuscript Illumination:
this encyclopedia covers them all with A Visual Reworking of the Arthurian
sparkling, readable text and stunning Legends.
illustrations. Discover how the magic of
stories throughout the centuries has kept APTER, T. E., Fantasy Literature: An
these creatures alive in traditions and Approach to Reality, Bloomington,
cultures around the world. Indiana University Press, 1982, 161 pages

ANDERSON, Douglas, The 100 Best AQUINO, John, Fantasy in Literature,


Writers of Fantasy and Horror : A Washington (DC), National Education
Reader’s Guide to the Literary Lions of Association, 1977, 63 pages.
Fantasy and Horror, Cold Spring Harbor
(NY), Cold Spring Press, 2005, 146 pages. ARMITT, Lucie, Fantasy Fiction. An
Introduction, London & New York, Conti-
ANON. (The Editors of Writer’s Digest nuum, 2005, 256 pages.
Books), The Writer’s Complete Fanta- Chapter 1-What is Fantasy Writing?
sy Reference: An Indispensable Introduction - Beyond the Horizon - Epic
Compendium of Myth and Magic, Space
Cincinnati (Ohio), Writer’s Digest, 1998, Chapter 2-Fantasy as Timeline
277pages. Introduction by Terry Brooks. Introduction
The Origins of Modern Fantasy
ALPERS, Hans J., Lexikon der Fantasy- Early Modern Fantasy
Literatur, Ekrath, Fantasy Productions, Tree versus Leaf: Reading the Present
2005, 508 pages. [Fantasy au sens très through the Past
large d’imaginaire !] Phantasm versus Fantasia
Chapter 3-How to Read Fantasy; Or,
ALVARTZ-FAEDO (ed.), Avalon Revisi- Dreams and Their Fictional Readers
ted : Reworkings of the Arthurian Introduction
Myth, New York, et al., Peter Lang, 2007, Reading Dreams
270 pages. Medieval Dream Vision
Contents: María José Álvarez-Faedo: The World in/of the Mirror
Introduction - Jorge Abril-Sánchez: The Chapter 4-The Best and Best Known
Medieval Orders of Knights and their Introduction
Historical Exemplary Nature of the Play and Nonsense: Lewis Carroll and
Arthurian Myth - Francisco J. Borge: A Edward Lear
New Arthurian Hero Born to Fail? Elements Cartographies and Geographies of
of the Arthurian Legend in Don Quixote - Fantasy: Animal Farm and Gulliver's
Héctor Blanco-Uría: Merlin and Cunqueiro, Travels
Close Family - María del Mar González- J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings
Chacón: Tóraigheach Dhiarmada agus Mary Shelley, Frankenstein: Discourses of
Ghráinne (Pursuit of Diarmaid and Monstrosity
Gráinne): Lady Gregory's (Re)Vision of the The Monsters of Middle Earth
Arthurian Legend - Rubén Valdés-Miyares: Adolescent Monsters: Harry Potter
Morgan's Queendom: The Other Arthurian H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon and
Myth - María Isabel García-Martínez: Dux The Time Machine
Femina Bellorum: War Also Agrees in the 'Other Desires': Homoeroticism and the
Feminine - María José Álvarez-Faedo: Feminine
Arthurian Reminiscences in Tolkien's Mothers and Mirrors: Harry Potter
Trilogy: The Lord of the Rings - M. Chapter 5-The Utopia as an Underlying
Gabriela García-Teruel: The Untold? True? Feature of All Major Modes of Fantasy

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Introduction ATTEBERY, Brian, The Fantasy
Thomas More, Utopia Tradition in American Literature: from
Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels Irving to Le Guin, Bloomington, Indiana
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Herland University Press, 1980, 182 pages.
H. G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon and
The Time Machine ATTEBERY, Brian, The Strategies of
Inter-Generic Texts: The Time Machine Fantasy, Bloomington, Indiana University
and A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Press, 1992, 152 pages.
Court
Yann Martel, Life of Pi BACCHILEGA, Cristina, Postmodern
George Orwell, Animal Farm Fairy Tales: Gender and Narrative
Technology Versus Magic: A Connecticut Strategies, Philadelphia, University of
Yankee and Harry Potter Pennsylvania Press, 1997.
Jeanette Winterson, The PowerBook [Angela Carter, R. Coover, D. Barthelme,
William Gibson, Neuromancer Margaret Atwood, Tanith Lee]
Chapter 6-One Key Question: Is There Life
for Fantasy Beyond Genre? BAKER, Daria, Misfits in Fantasy
Introduction Literature : Alternate Worlds and
Ghosts and Their Readers Alternative Values, mémoire de maîtrse
Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol /MA thesis, Hamline University, 1990, 152
Charles Dickens, 'The Signalman' pages.
Henry James, The Turn of the Screw
Edith Wharton, 'The Eyes' BARNES, Myra Edwards, Linguistics and
Chapter 7-Fantasy Criticism Languages in Science Fiction and
Introduction Fantasy, New York, Arno Press, 1974.
Interrogating the Boundaries of Fantasy: [Lyon Sprague de Camp, Robert Graves,
Todorov, Marin, and Tolkien C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Jack Vance
Determining Spaces: Tolkien, Bettelheim, are the fantasy authors which works are
and Zipes considered]
Fantasy as (Dream-)Screen: Psychoa-
nalytic Approaches BARRON, Neil, Fantasy Literature: A
New Bodies/New Knowledge: Massey, Reader’s Guide, New York, Garland
Haraway, Botting Publishing, 1990, 586 pages.
Chapter 8-A Glossary of Terms
Chapter 9-Selected Reading List BARRON, Neil, Fantasy and Horror : A
Critical and Historical Guide to
ASABA, Sayako, The Voice of Longing : Literature, Illustration, Film, TV, radio
A Study of Messages in Fantasy and the Internet, Lanham (MD), The
Literature for Children, Master Scarecrow Press, 1999, 816 pages.
Thesis/mémoire de maîtrise, Warwick
University (UK), 1982. BARTH, M. E., Problems of Generic
Classification : Toward a Definition of
ASHLEY, Michael, Who’s Who in Horror Fantasy Fiction, doctorat/PhD, Purdue
and Fantasy Fiction, London, Elm Tree University, 1981, 254 pages.
Books, 1977, 240 pages.
BARTLETT, Sally A., The Female Phan-
ATTEBERY, Brian, America and the tasmagoria : Fantasy and Third Force
Materials of Fantasy, thèse de Psychology in Four Feminist Fictions
doctorat/PhD, Brown University, 1979, (Toni Morrison, Charlotte Perkins
339 pages. Gilman, Margaret Atwood, Virginia
Woolf), thèse de doctorat, University of
South Florida, 2004, 164 pages.

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BAUDOU, Jacques, La Fantasy, Paris, sans fin ou les Chroniques de Narnia ainsi
Presses Universitaires de France, (Que que des auteurs exceptionnels parmi
sais-je ?), 2005, 127 pages. lesquels Robin Hobb, Terry Pratchett,
La fantasy, méconnue et décriée, occupe Terry Goodkind, Robert Holdstock,
une place de plus en plus importante dans Raymond Feist et un nombre impres-
les littératures de l'imaginaire. Loin de se sionnant d'auteurs français au succès
limiter aux stéréotypes de la fantasy croissant.
épique, ce genre littéraire, riche et
polyforme, a été illustré par des écrivains BAUDRY, Robert, Le Mythe de Merlin :
talentueux, tels que Tolkien, Peake ou depuis les premiers textes au Moyen
Rowling. Cet ouvrage, cartographie et Âge jusqu’aux auteurs d’aujourd’hui,
guide de lecture, explique ce qu'est la Rennes, Terre de Brume, 2007, 399
fantasy et retrace son histoire, de l'époque pages.
victorienne à nos jours. Il analyse Depuis longtemps fasciné par la figure de
également son influence sur les l'enchanteur Merlin, l'auteur a décidé de
productions audio-visuelles et l'univers des suivre son parcours, depuis sa naissance
jeux. surnaturelle jusqu'à son enfermement final
dans sa prison aérienne. C'est à travers
BAUDOU, Jacques, Encyclopédie de la les travaux que lui prête la légende : la
Fantasy, Paris, Éditions Fetjaine, 2009, Table ronde, la Danse des géants de
176 pages. Stonehenge. Etc, qu'il étudie les avatars
D' Alice au Pays des merveilles au de cette étrange et envoûtante figure. Et
Seigneur des anneaux, de Conan à Harry cela, depuis les plus anciens récits du haut
Potter, une encyclopédie superbement Moyen Age jusqu'aux auteurs de tous
illustrée s'intéresse pour la première fois à pays, et ils sont légions, qui ressuscitent,
tous les aspects de la Fantasy, par LE aujourd'hui encore, ce personnage.
grand spécialiste du genre. Épopée, roman et théâtre, poésie et
Le Merveilleux existe depuis les premiers opéra, peinture et dessin, sans oublier la
textes de l'Histoire, et toutes les science-fiction, la bande dessinée et le
mythologies regorgent d'un bestiaire cinéma, il n'est point de genre artistique
fabuleux ou d'exploits surhumains. Plus que l'enchanteur n'ait colonisé de son
tard, au Moyen-Age, les chansons de obsédante présence !
geste fourmillent elles aussi de fées, de
nains et de chevaliers s'aventurant dans BEACH, Bronwyn, The Currency of
des contrées étranges. Mais c'est avec JRR Heroic Fantasy : The Lord of the Ring
et le succès planétaire du Seigneur des and Harry Potter from Ideology to
anneaux que la Fantasy devient un genre Industry, thèse de doctorat/ PhD, Massey
littéraire à part entière. University, Australia, 2006, 478 pages.
Après lui, des centaines d'auteurs ont
dynamité les frontières de ce domaine, BEAM, Dorri, Style, Gender, and
devenu aujourd'hui l'un des plus Fantasy in Nineteenth- Century
foisonnants, tant en littérature qu'au American Women’s Writing, Cambri-
cinéma, sans oublier les jeux de rôle, les dge, Cambridge University Press,
jeux d'ordinateur, la BD et l'illustration. (Cambridge Studies in American Literature
Sous la plume de Jacques Baudou, and Culture), 2010, viii, 260 pages.
spécialiste de la Fantasy et de la Science
fiction au Monde, ce livre s'est employé à BECKER, Allienne R., The Lost Worlds
répertorier, trier, expliquer cet univers Romance: From Dawn till Dusk,
extraordinaire (dans tous les sens du Westport (Conn.), Greenwood Press,
terme) rassemblant des oeuvres aussi 1992, 164 pages. Foreword by Andrew M.
différentes qu' Alice au pays des Greeley.
merveilles, Harry Potter, Peter Pan, Conan
le barbare, Le Magicien d'Oz, L'Histoire

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BEETZ, Kirk H., Beacham’s Guide to Introduction : Anne Besson et Myriam
Literature for Young Adults : Fantasy White-Le Goff.
and Gothic, Washington (DC), Beacham, 1ère partie : Fécondité, fidélité : Tolkien
1991. Volume 5 d’une série d’ouvrages de Vincent Ferré : « De Tristan à Tolkien :
référence. Beren, Túrin et Aragorn (II). L'amour fatal
», p. 17-30. Voir la version longue en
BENFORD, Joanne, Postmodern Femi- ligne.
nist Fantasy, Hartlepool, Moog Enter- Valérie Naudet : « Voix de cors. De la
prises, 2008, 90 pages. Chanson de Roland au Seigneur des
Anneaux »
BERMAN, Ruth, Suspending Disbelief : Emmanuelle Poulain-Gautret: "Détruire et
The Development of Fantasy as a venger, de certaines satisfactions
Literary Genre in Nineteenth Century "épiques", de la Chanson de Roland au
British Fiction as Represented by Four Seigneur des Anneaux
Leading Periodicals, thèse de doctorat/ Thierry Jandrok : « Des Anneaux du Désir
PhD, University of Minnesota, 1979, 358 au Désir de l’Anneau, les Avatars de la
pages. Relation d’Objet »
2ème partie : Frontières du merveilleux
BERNARDINI, Silvia (ed.), Fantascienza, Anne Besson : « Arthur et Tolkien,
Fantasy e Horror: tre generi a seigneurs rivaux ? Fantasy et
c o n f r o n t o , Bergamo, Arci Nuova transfictionnalité »
Associazone, 1996, 48 pages. Isabelle Perier : « Fantasy et science-
fiction, transcendance et appareil,
BERNHEIMER, Kate (ed.), Mirror, Mirror révolution et conservation »
on the Wall: Women Writers Explore Isabelle Cani : « Préservation des lutins et
Their Favorite Fairy Tales, New York, probabilité des dragons. De la tentation de
Doubleday/Anchor, 1998. la Fantasy au sein de la science-fiction »
Myriam White-Le Goff : "La Belgariade de
BESSON, Anne, La Fantasy, Paris, David Eddings, proche d'un merveilleux
Klinksieck, (50 questions), 2007, 207 médiéval ?"
pages. 3ème partie : Le sens du sacré
Inutile de souligner la vogue éditoriale qui Paul Airiau :"Catholicisme et actualisation
accompagne aujourd’hui le succès public du merveilleux médiéval. Le cas de J.R.R.
de la fantasy, dans ses expressions Tolkien et Louis Bouyer"
littéraires mais aussi, par exemple, dans le Alexis Léonard : « De la légende
domaine du jeu. Sans doute est-il temps, arthurienne à la Fantasy, l’« enserrement
non plus de décrire, mais bien » du religieux »
d’interroger, ce genre qui constitue aussi Michaël Devaux : « Leibniz et Tolkien :
un phénomène de société contemporain. monde possible et subcréation »
L’objectif de ces 50 questions sera de Caroline Olsson : « La Fantasy et
cerner les ressorts de cet engouement, en l’héritage nordique, sources et motifs »
multipliant les angles d’approche pour 4ème partie : Avatars fictionnels. Reprises
dépasser les idées reçues : qu’est-ce que de formes et de motifs.
la f a n t a s y ?, comment s’est-elle Philippe Clermont : « Une fantasy
renouvelée au cours de son histoire ?, française pour la jeunesse « à l’école des
pourquoi nous parle-t-elle à ce point sorciers », ou les avatars d’Harry »
aujourd’hui ? Charlotte Bousquet : « Monstres et
métamorphoses, la quête de soi dans la
BESSON, Anne & Myriam WHITE LE GOFF fantasy française contemporaine »
(dirs.), Fantasy, le merveilleux médié- Florence Plet-Nicolas : "Quêtes encartées.
val, Paris, Éditions Bragelonne, (Essais), De la toponymie fantaisiste médiévale à la
256 pages. cartofantasy en BD"

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Samuel Minne : "Les chroniques en The Ultimate Walkthrough, Hoboken
Fantasy, du seuil au cycle" (NJ), J. Wiley, (The Blackwell Philosophy
Jérôme Noirez : "Contre-texte et and Pop Culture Series), 2010, 240 pages.
littérature carnavalesque : les sources Getting Started: The Alternative.
médiévales d'un merveilleux discordant Instruction Booklet.
dans le cycle Féerie pour les Ténèbres" PART ONE: BASIC CONTROLS AND
UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHARACTERS.
BESSON, Anne & Évelyne JACQUELIN 1 The Spiky-Haired Mercenary vs. the
(dirs.), Le Merveilleux entre mythe et French Narrative Theorist: Final Fantasy
religion, Arras, Artois Presses de VII and the Writerly Text (Benjamin
l’Université d’Artois, 2010, 334 pages. Chandler). - 2 Kefka, Nietzsche, Foucault:
A travers dix-huit contributions interdis- Madness and Nihilism in Final Fantasy VI
ciplinaires de spécialistes français et (Kylie Prymus). - 3 Judging the Art of
étrangers, ce recueil collectif propose un Video Games: Hume and the Standard of
panorama des problématiques soulevées Taste (Alex Nuttall).
par la catégorie esthétique et PART TWO: PLAYING THE GAME—BUT
épistémologique du « mer-veilleux » dans WHAT IF IT’S NOT A GAME?
ses rapports au(x) mythe(s) et à la/aux 4 The Lifestream, Mako, and Gaia (Jay
religion(s), à travers un parcours Foster). - 5 Gaia and Environmental Ethics
chronologique qui mène de l'Antiquité in The Spirits Within (Jason P. Blahuta).
chinoise aux romans d'aujourd'hui : 6 Objectification of Conscious Life Forms in
enjeux liés à la sacralisation du pouvoir Final Fantasy (Robert Arp and Sarah Fisk).
par un merveilleux mythologique et PART THREE: ABILITIES YOU NEVER
religieux ; problème de la croyance et du KNEW YOU HAD.
rapport à l'orthodoxie chrétienne, évoluant 7 Final Fantasy and the Purpose of Life
vers la sécularisation et l'autonomisation (Greg Littmann). - 8 The Four Warriors of
du texte littéraire ; question du Light Saved the World, but They Don’t
fantastique et spécificités de la veine Deserve Our Thanks (Nicolas Michaud).
féerique ; syncrétisme des réécritures PART FOUR: SIDE QUESTS OF THE
engagées à partir du Romantisme, jusqu'à ENLIGHTENED.
la fantasy contemporaine. 9 Shinto and Alien Influences in Final
Fantasy VII (Jonah Mitropoulos). - 10
BICE, Deborah (ed.), Elsewhere : Kupo for Karl and the Materialist
Selected Essays from the 20th Conception of History (Michel S. Beaulieu).
Century Fantasy Literature : From 11 Sin, Otherworldliness, and the
Beatrix to Harry, Lanham (MD), Downside to Hope (David Hahn).
University Press of America, 2003, 134 PART FIVE: OTHER WAYS TO ENJOY THE
pages. GAME SO IT NEVER ENDS.
Essais de Justin R. Nicholes, Hazel A. 12 Human, All Too Human: Cloud’s
Fisher, J. Holmes, Deborah Bice, Sandra L. Existential Quest for Authenticity
Stewart, Annette Wannamaker, Karen (Christopher R. Wood). - 13 Is the Fear of
McClenny, Lori M. Campbell, John B. Stopping Justified? (Kevin Fitzpatrick).
Stoker, Patti Capel Swartz, Carol 14 What’s in a Name? Cid, Cloud, and How
Jamieson, Serge Danielson-Francois. Names Refer (Andrew Russo and Jason
Southworth).
BLACK, Maureen M., The Evolution of
Social Roles : A Perspective on BLEILER, Everett F. (ed.), Supernatural
F a n t a s y , mémoire de maîtrise / MA Fiction: Fantasy and Horror, New York,
thesis, University of Southern california, Scribner, 1985, 2 volumes, 1169 pages.
1973, 117 pages.
BLOOM, Harold (ed.), Classic Fantasy
BLAHUTA, Jason & Michel BEAULIEU W r i t e r s , New York, Chelsea House,
(eds.), Final Fantasy and Philosophy : (Writers of English), 1994, 187 pages.

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[L.Frank Baum, W. Beckford, James BROECKER, Randy, Fantasy of the 20th
Branch Cabell, Lewis Carroll, Lord Century: An Illustrated History,
Dunsany, Kenneth Grahame, Lord Portland (OR), Collectors Press, 2002, 256
Dunsany, H. Rider Haggard, Lafcadio pages [Album illustré qui présente le
Hearn, G. MacDonald, Beatrix Potter, genre dans la littérature, dans les bandes
Oscar Wilde] dessinées et au cinéma]

BLOOM, Harold (ed.), Modern Fantasy BROOKS, Terry, Comme par magie : les
W r i t e r s , New York, Chelsea House secrets d’écriture d’un best-seller de
Publishers, (Writers of English), 1995, 194 f a n t a s y , Paris, Bragelonne, (Essais),
pages. 2010, 205 pages.
[Ray Bradbury, John Collier, L. Sprague de De l'importance de laisser toute sa place
Camp, Fletcher Pratt, E. R. Eddison, au rêve en passant par la création de
Robert E. Howard, Fritz Leiber, C. S. personnages crédibles auxquels s'attache
Lewis, David Lindsay, Abraham Merritt, le lecteur, Terry Brooks fait appel à sa
Mervyn Peake, M. P. Shiel, Clark Ashton propre expérience pour nous expliquer les
Smith, J. R. R. Tolkien, Charles Williams] mécanismes d'un roman réussi. Au-delà
de ces conseils pertinents, ce grand auteur
BOURGEOIS, Chrystel, Le Tissage de la brosse également un autoportrait d'artiste
mythologie dans la fantasy anglo- lucide et plein d'humour, qui a dû lui aussi
s a x o n n e , thèse de doctorat/PhD, composer avec les difficultés avant de
Université de Paris-Nord, 2010, 594 connaître une réussite internationale.
pages. [Direct. : Anne Larue]
Cette thèse s’intéresse plus particu- BRUNNER, Thomas, Spiritualität in
lièrement aux oeuvres de J. R.R. Tolkien, Fantasy-Genre, München & Ravensburg,
C. S. Lewis et J. K. Rowling. Grin Verlag, 2008, 36 pages.

BOYER, Robert H. & Kenneth J. ZAHORSKI BRYDEN, Inga, R e i n v e n t i n g King


(eds.), Fantasists on Fantasy: A Arthur : The Arthurian Legends in
Collection of Critical Reflections by Victorian Culture, Aldershot, Ashgate,
Eighteen Masters of the Art, New York, (The Nineteenth Century), 2005, 171
Avon (A Discus Book), 1984, 287 pages. pages.
[George MacDonald, G.K. Chesterton, H.P.
Lovecraft, Sir Herbert Read, James BURGER, Patrick R., The Political Sub-
Thurber, J.R.R.Tolkien, August Derleth, conscious of the Fantasy Sub-Genre of
C.S. Lewis, Felix Mart-Ibanez, Peter S. Romance, Lewiston , Edwin Mellen Press,
Beagle, Lloyd Alexander, Andre Norton, (Studies in Comparative Literature, no
Jane Langton, Ursula K. le Guin, Mollie 38), 2001, 164 pages. Introduction par
Hunter, Katherine Kurtz, Michael Veronica Hollinger. Parmi les auteurs
Moorcock, Susan Cooper] étudiés: William Morris, J.R.R. Tolkien,
Marion Zimmer Bradley.
BRASEY, Édouard, L’Encyclopédie des
héros du merveilleux, Paris, Le Pré aux BURNS, Linda L., High Fantasy : A
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Sandrine Gestin et Didier Graffet] Columbia, University of Missouri, 1979,
137 pages.
BRASEY, Édouard, la Petite Encyclo-
pédie du merveilleux, Paris, le Pré aux BUTSCH, Richard J., Personal Percep-
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Sandrine Gestin]. Views : A Comparative Study of
Fantasy L i t e r a t u r e , thèse de
doctorat/PhD, Rutgers University, 1975,
95 pages.

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CAMPBELL, Lori Marie, Portals of Critically acclaimed, award-winning
Power: Magical Agency in British biography of CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien and
Literary Fantasy, 1890-1914, thèse de the brilliant group of writers to come out
doctorat (PhD), Duquesne University, of Oxford during the Second World War.
2002, 247 pages. [William Morris, Ford C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and their friends
Maddox Ford, E. Nesbit, J. M. Barrie, were a regular feature of the Oxford
Frances Hodgson Burnett, William Hope scenery in the years during and after the
Hodgson] Second World War. They drank beer on
Tuesdays at the 'Bird and Baby', and on
CAMPBELL, Lori Marie, Portals of Thursday nights they met in Lewis'
Power : Magical Agency and Trans- Magdalen College rooms to read aloud
formation in Literary Fantasy, Jefferson from the books they were writing; jokingly
(NC), McFarland, (Critical Explorations in they called themselves 'The Inklings'. C.S.
SF and Fantasy), 2010, 224 pages. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien first introduced
PART I. Women and Other Magical The Screwtape Letters and The Lord of the
Creatures: Portals in Romance and Fairy Rings to an audience in this company and
Tale - 1. Who “Wears the Pants” in Faërie? Charles Williams, poet and writer of
The Woman Question in William Morris’s supernatural thrillers, was another
The Wood Beyond the World 2. “For I prominent member of the group.
am but a girl”: The Problem of Female
Power in Ford Madox Ford’s The Brown CARROLL, Shiloh R., Fantasy and
Owl PART II :Charms, Places, and Little Pedagogy : The Use of Fantasy in
Girls: Portals in Children’s Literature - 3. College Classrooms, mémoire de
E. Nesbit and the Magic Word: maîtrise, MA Thesis, Radford University,
Empowering Child and Woman in Real- 2008, 98 pages.
World Fantasy - 4. Lost Boys to Men:
Romanticism and the Magic of the Female CARTER, Lin, Imaginary Worlds: The
Imagination in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan and Art of Fantasy, New York, Ballantine,
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret 1973, 278 pages.
Garden PART III - Haunted Houses and Une des études fondatrices du genre.
the Hidden Self: Portals in the Gothic, Low
Fantasy, and Science Fiction - 5. CASEY, Fredericks, The Future of
Confronting Chaos at the In-Between: Eternity : Mythologies of Science
William Hope Hodgson’s The House on the Fiction and Fantasy, Bloomington,
B o r d e r l a n d - 6. The Society Insider/ Indiana University Press,1982, xvi, 226
Outsider and the Sympathetic Superna- pages.
tural in Fantastic Tales by Edith Wharton
and Oscar Wilde PART IV - Haunting CHASSAGNOL, Monique, La Fantaisie
History: The Portal in Modern/ Postmodern dans les récits pour la jeunesse en
Fantasy - 7. One World to Rule Them All: Grande Bretagne, de 1918 à 1968,
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Symbolic Portal in J.R.R. Tolkien’s T h e 1986, 808 pages.
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the Ultimate In-Between: J.K. Rowling’s CHASSAGNOL, Anne, La renaissance
Portals of Power - 9. Portals Between féerique à l’ère victorienne, Paris,
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and Jonathan Stroud. Cet ouvrage retrace les grandes lignes de
l'histoire de la féerie britannique et
CARPENTER, Humphrey, The Inklings : propose d'expliquer comment celle-ci est
C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Charles revenue en force au XIXe siècle dans
Williams and their Friends, London, toutes les sphères du royaume -
Harper Collins, 2006, x, 287 pages. artistique, scientifique, économique,

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politique - sous le patronage du couple Astronomie, astrologie, magie et
royal, alors que Victoria elle-même était imaginaire en Orient médiéval.
surnommée « la Reine des fées ».
CLARK, Beverly Lyon, Reflections on
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Good Dragons are Rare : An Inquiry Nabokov, and Pynchon, New York, Peter
into Literary Dragons East and West, Lang, 1986, 195 pages.
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2009, 439 pages. CLUCAS, Robert S., Myth and Fantasy
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von Mythos/Literatur und (Natur- Literature with Special reference to
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good dragon is hard to find: From University of South Africa, 1983.
draconitas to draco - Elisa Laurence
Cousteix : Les dragons dans la littérature CLUTE, John & John GRANT (eds.), The
médiévale européenne : Le dragon, Encyclopedia of Fantasy, New York, St.
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Fier Baiser : ou comment apprivoiser un
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Dragons - Paul Michel: Was zur Four Keys Motifs Found in High
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Drachen bei Johann Jacob Scheuchzer - PhD, Ohio State University, 1975, 389
Dieter Petzold: Drachen zum Lachen: Der pages.
Wandel des Drachenbilds in der
spätviktorianischen Literatur - Maren COLEBATCH, Hal G. P., Return of the
Bonacker: Domestizierte Drachen: Von der Heroes : The Lord of the Rings, Star
Zähmung und Auswilderung kinder- Wars, Harry Potter and Social Conflict,
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seltsamerweise für lohnend, Drachen zum
Thema zu machen... : Der Drache als COLLECTIF, The Roots of Fantasy :
poetologisches Konzept von Realität bei Myth, Folklore & Archetype : The Book
J.R.R. Tolkien - Anne C. Petty: J.R.R. of World Fantasy Convention 1989,
Tolkien's Dragons: The Evolution of Seattle (WA), World Fantasy Convention,
Glaurung and Smaug - Roger Bozzetto : 1989, 118 pages.
Dragons de « fantasy », dragons de
science-fiction - Marie Burkhardt : Les CORNWELL, Charles L., From Self to the
dragons de la Fantasy : Hobb, McCaffrey, Shires : Studies in Victorian Fiction,
Vonarburg - Anne Isabelle François : Un thèse de doctorat/PhD, University of
monstre de la littérature : Walter Moers, Virginia, 1972, 201 pages.
Hildegunst von Mythenmetz et le jeu
postmoderne - Thomas Fornet-Ponse: CORWINUS, Sally, An Analysis of the
«Not very well-designed creatures»? Terry Treatment of the Women in the
Pratchetts Drachen zwischen Parodie und Arthurian Legend as Presented by
Ernst - Fanfan Chen: From the Western Mary Stewart and Marion Zimmer
Poeticisation of Falkor and Temeraire to Bradley, mémoire de maîtrise/MA thesis,
the Imaginary of Chinese Dragons - Drew University, 1990, 72 pages.
Chiwaki Shinoda : Histoire du Dragon au
Japon - Nathalie Dufayet : Hayao Miyazaki
et le(s) Dragon(s) de Chihiro - Anna
Caiozzo : Autour des dragons célestes :

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COWAN, Finlay, Dessinez vos héros de XIXe siècle, à livrer des aventures
Fantasy : inventez leur univers, Paris, romanesques situées dans des royaumes
Eyrolles, (Trait pour trait), 2006, 128 imaginaires où la magie et les créatures
pages. surnaturelles s'invitent dans les affaires
des hommes. Viennent ensuite Lord
COYLE, William (ed.), Aspects of Dunsany et Eric Rücker Eddison, puis la
Fantasy: Selected Essays from The maturité de l'heroic fantasy avec J.R.R.
Second International Conference on Tolkien, T.H. White et Robert E. Howard.
The Fantastic in Literature and Film, Le début du XX e siècle donnera aussi
Westport, Greenwood Press, (Contribution Henry Kuttner, Fritz Leiber, H.P. Lovecraft,
to the Studies of SF and Fantasy, 19), C.L. Moore, Fletcher Pratt et Clark Ashton
1986, 248 pages. [25 articles and essays] Smith.
Ed. or. : Literary Swordsmen and
COX, Harvey, The Feast of Fools: A Sorcerers: The Makers of Heroic
Theological Essay on Festivity and Fantasy, Sauk City (WI), Arkham House,
F a n t a s y , Cambridge (MA), Harvard 1976.
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pages. [Essays about Robert E. Howard, T.
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Fantasy and Horror, New York, Facts on Mundy, James Branch Cabell + essays
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With the increasing popularity of books DE CAMP, L. Sprague, Blond Barbarians
and films like The Lord of the Rings and The and Noble Savages, Baltimore, T-K
Chronicles of Narnia, fantasty fiction has Graphics, 1975, 49 pages. . [3 essays:
come to stand apart from its science Lovecraft and the Aryans - Howard and
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The Atlantis Theme in History, Science
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Imagery of Self and Other in Recent 348 pages. Biblio., pp. 319-331.
American Novels, thèse de doctorat/ A leading authority examines the facts and
PhD, University of Michigan, 1978, 221 fancies behind the Atlantis theme in
pages. history, science, and literature. Sources
include the classical works from which
DEAN, Martin (ed.), Guide to Fantasy Plato drew his proposal of the existence of
Art Techniques, New York, Arco, 1984, an island continent, Sir Thomas More's
111 pages. Utopia, the Lemurian Continent theory, K.
T. Frost's equation of Atlantis with Crete,
DE CAMP, L. Sprague, SPRAGUE DE CAMP, and many other citations of Atlantis in
Lyon, Les Pionniers de la Fantasy, Paris, both famous and lesser-known literature.
Bragelonne, (Essais), 2010, 377 pages. Related legends are also recounted and
Ce volume aborde la Fantasy depuis le refuted, and reports include accounts of
temps des mythes et des légendes, avec actual expeditions searching for the
la critique de ses oeuvres fondatrices et sunken continent and attempts to prove
les biographies de ses plus célèbres its existence through comparative
pionniers, à commencer par William Morris anatomy and zoology.
qui fut le premier auteur moderne, au

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DE CAMP, L. Sprague & Willy LEY, Lands condition with its eternal dilemmas of life
Beyond, New York, Rinehart, 1952, 329 versus death, of chaos versus order, of
pages. rationality versus intuition, of fate versus
free will, and of the real versus the
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Fantasy, Baltimore, Mirage Press, 1969, Harry Potter : A Handbook on Myth
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l’anneau : de Minos à Tolkien, Paris, historical background readers need to
Belin, (l’Antiquité au présent), 2009, 279 understand this timeless genre. It explores
pages. the influence of biblical narrative, Greek
La Grèce de l'Antiquité sert ici de point mythology, and Arthurian legend on
d'ancrage et de lieu de référence pour modern fantasy and reveals how the
entamer une analyse comparatiste. Mais fantastic offers profound insights into
Le Cycle de l'anneau représente aussi une truth. The authors draw from a Christian
construction mythologique originale - un viewpoint informed by C. S. Lewis and J.
mythe, à la fois antique et vivace, R. R. Tolkien to assess modern authors
susceptible d'intéresser tout autant les such as Philip Pullman, Walter Wangerin,
spécialistes des mondes disparus que ceux and J. K. Rowling. This accessible book
qui partent en exploration de notre propre guides undergraduate students, pastors,
imaginaire. and lay readers to a more astute and
rewarding reading of all fantasy literature.
DEMETZ, Pierre, Anne FAKHOURI &
Jérôme VINCENT, Le Petit guide à DONALDSON, Stephen R., Epic Fantasy
trimballer de la Fantasy, Lyon, les Trois in The Modern World: A Few
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and Archetypes in Fantasy Literature,
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[31 articles about various aspects of
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Press, 2006, xx, 255 pages. Extrapolation, vol. 28, no. 1, Kent State
Beginning with five theoretical essays on University Press, Spring 1987.
fantasy as a consideration of spirituality
and human values, the collection moves to DOSSIER : L’Heroic Fantasy” (1ère
five studies of specific fantasies as partie), dans Les Cahiers des Paralit-
commenting on the role of imagination in tératures, no. 8, Liège, 1999, Éditions du
human life. These are followed by four CEFAL, 1999. A second issue, no. 9, will
essays on fantasy as asserting the be published in 1999.
interconnectedness of all life, stressing the
need for cooperation and the cultivation of DOSSIER, « La Fantasy », dans Textes
environmental awareness. Finally, our et documents pour la classe, no 967,
discussion concludes with five studies of Futuroscope, SCÉRÉN-CNDP, 2009, 52
fantasy seen as exploration of the human pages.

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– Dioscuri and the Self’s Monstrous Double Fantasy zwischen Arbitrarität und
(William Schnabel) – Chosen Among the Wortbildung, Tuebungen, Gunter Narr
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Trait), 2005, 128 pages.
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505 pages. [Littérature comparée]

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FIELD, Carolyn W. & Jacqueline S. WEISS, FREDRICK, Candice & Sam McBRIDE,
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Fiction and Fantasy, Hamden (CT), C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles
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Fantasists : Essays on Culture, The Oxford group of writers known as the
Society, and Belief in the Mythopoetic Inklings met and thrived during the 1930s
Literature of the Victorian Age, new and 1940s. Three of the members, C. S.
York, St Martin’s Press, 1991, xviii, 221 Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles
pages. Préface de David Jasper. Williams, became known as authors and
cultural figures, recognized for
FILMER-DAVIES, Kath, Scepticism and interweaving Christian themes into fantasy
Hope in Twentieth Century Fantasy, fiction. Every member of the Inklings was
Bowling Green (Ohio), Bowling Green male, and the group consciously excluded
State University Popular Press, 1992. women. This book explores the role of
Religious discourse has become alien to women in the lives of Tolkien, Williams,
the secular and skeptical western societies and Lewis and the attitude of the Inklings
of the twentieth century. There is real toward females. In doing so, it sheds new
discomfort when religious discourse light on the lives and works of these
appears either in the popular press or in important writers.
society. But even in a secular society,
there is still a psychological need (one FULTON, Helen, A Companion to
might even use the stronger word will), if Arthurian Literature, Malden (MA),
not to believe, then at least to hope. Dr. Wiley - Blackwell, (Blackwell Companions
Filmer states this need is met in the to Literature and Culture), 2009, 588
literature of fantasy. pages.
This Companion offers a chronological sweep
FILMER-DAVIES, Kath (ed.), Twentieth- of the canon of Arthurian literature - from
Century Fantasists: Essays on Culture, its earliest beginnings to the contemporary
Society and Belief in Twentieth- manifestations of Arthur found in film and
Century Mythopoetic Literature, New electronic media. Part of the popular
York, St. Martin’s Press, 1992 xvi, 212 series, Blackwell Companions to Literature
pages. Préface : David Jasper. and Culture, this expansive volume
enables a fundamental understanding of
FILMER-DAVIES, Kath, Fantasy Fiction Arthurian literature and explores why it is
and Welsh Myth: Tales of Belonging, still integral to contemporary culture.
New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1996, 177
pages. GADOMSKA, Katarzyna, Science –fiction
et fantasy comme merveilleux con-
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Evalutive Study of Children’s Modern Uniwersytetu Slaskiego, 2002, 131 pages.
Fantasy and Children’s Science Fiction
Using a Well-Known Example of Each, GAISBAUER, R. G. , RZESZOTNIK, Beata &
thèse, Temple University, 1988, 111 Jacek RZESZOTNIK (dirs.), S i e b t e r
pages. Kongress der Fantasy : die letzten
Dinge, Passau, Erster Deutscher Fantasy
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Community, and Literacy in Young GAMBLE, Sarah, New Cultural Models in
Adult Fantasy (J.K. Rowling, Philip Women’s Fantasy Literature, thèse de
Pullman, Diane Duane), mémoire, The doctorat/PhD, University of Sheffield,
University of Kansas, 2006, 125 pages. 1991.

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GARNER, Joan, Wings of Fancy : Using this groundbreaking book, Diana Glyer
Readers Theatre to Study Fantasy, invites readers into the heart of their
New York, Libraries Unlimited, 2006, 256 meetings, showing how encouragement,
pages. criticism, and collaboration changed The
Featuring scripts for well known classical Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of
fantasy stories, as well as more current Narnia, and dozens of other important
entries into the genre, Wings of Fancy works.
addresses subgenres such as: Fairies and
Enchanted Creatures; Fantastic Beasts and GOIMARD, Jacques, Critique du mer-
Talking Animals. Each script offers a veilleux et de la fantasy, Paris, Pocket,
summary of the story with background (Agora), 2003, 766 pages. 1. L'Héritage –
information on the author and story, plus Un effet: le merveilleux – La tradition et
suggested further readings. Staging and ses genres – 2. Au commencement,
presentation directions are included, as is l'image – l'imaginaire dans le péplum –
a glossary of new and unfamiliar terms. mythes et légendes du christianisme – 3.
Unlike most other books of this type, La fantasy et ses variantes – présentation
lesson plans and project ideas are also du genre – la low fantasy – la science
included for each story. fantasy - les superpouvoirs – l'heroic
fantasy – la high fantasy – le jeu de rôles
GATES, Pamela S., Susan B. STEFFEL & et la game fantasy – la romantic fantasy –
Francis J. MOLSON, Fantasy Literature la light fantasy – star wars – 4. au bout de
for Children and Young Adults, Lanham la route, l'image – au cinéma, le
(MD), Scarecrow Press, 2003, vi, 170 merveilleux généralisé – bande dessinée:
pages, 23 cm le merveilleux moderne – Forest lecteur de
Lewis Carroll – un peintre: Siudmak –
GEILFUS, Martin, Sanfte Magic und appendices et pièces justificatives.
ehrgeizige Hexerei : Magietheorie und Goimardement magistral !
ihre Anwendung auf Ausgewählten
Artus-romane, Wetzlar, Phantastische GORDON-WISE, Barbara Ann, The
Bibliothek, (Schriftreihe und Materialen Reclamation of a Queen: Guinevere in
derPhantastischen, Bibliothek Wetzlar, Modern Fantasy, Westport (Conn,),
98), 2007, 141 pages. Greenwood Press, 1991, 174 pages.

GENEFORT, Laurent, Boulet, Gudule, et GORGIESVKI, Sandra, Le mythe


al., Almanach Fantasy 2008, Paris, d’Arthur : de l’imaginaire médiéval à
Bragelonne, 2007, 365 pages. la culture de masse : paralittérature,
bande dessinée, cinéma, beaux-arts,
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zur Phantastik, Schondorf am thèses), 2003, 232 pages.
Ammersee, Roloff & Seesslen, (Bibliothek
der populären Mythologie), 1982, 95 GOSE, Elliott B., Mere Creatures: A
pages.Contribution de Christian Hautop. Study of Modern Fantasy Tales for
Children, Toronto, University of Toronto
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Keep : C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien
as Writers in Community, Kent (Ohio), GRAY, William, Fantasy, Myth and the
Kent State University Press, 2006, 288 Measure of Truth : Tales of Pullman,
pages. Lewis, Tolkien, MacDonald, and
C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien were Hoffmann, New York, Palgrave Macmillan,
members of a writing group known as the 2009, x, 215 pages.
Inklings, a group that also included Fantasy, Myth and the Measure of Truth,
novelist Charles Williams, historian Warren in paperback for the first time, offers a
Lewis, and philosopher Owen Barfield. In detailed examination and discussion of the

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highly contested tradition of epic or high HERALD, Diana Tixier, Fluent in
fantasy culminating in Pullman's His Dark Fantasy: A Guide to Reading
Materials. This trajectory of mythopoeia or Interests, Englewood (CO), Librairies
myth-making has its roots in the quest by Unlimited, 1999, 260 pages.
a range of Romantic writers to transpose Herald, a consultant specializing in genre
certain spiritual and moral values, once fiction, expands on the fantasy material
believed to be the prerogative of she discussed in Genreflecting (1995) and
organized religion, into new myths. Critical describes 15 fantasy subgenres (from
of myths that are merely escapist Sword and Sorcery to Dark Fantasy),
fantasies, this study is also suspicious of listing for each the best and most current
totalizing 'grand narratives' that repress books available.
dissenting voices. The study nevertheless
argues that, at its best, this mythopoeic HERALD, Diana Tixier & Bonnie KUNZEL
tradition, which includes E.T.A. Hoffmann, (eds.), Fluent in Fantasy : The Next
George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Generation, Westport (CT), Libraries
Tolkien, Philip Pullman and - debatably - Unlimited, 2007, 328 pages.
J.K. Rowling, can show the power of the [Nouvelle édition augmentée de ce
creative imagination to generate, through remarquable guide de lecture de la
stories that are imaginatively true, a fantasy anglo-saxonne]
renewed spiritual and moral vision.
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voyage dans les littératures atlan- University Press, 1969, xix, 170 pages.
tidiennes, Paris, e-dite, 2001, 235 pages. Préface de Harry T. Moore. Rééd. : 1979,
L'ouvrage est divisé en trois parties: le xvii, 190 pages. Postface de Pete Creeft (à
mythe de l'Atlantide, le mythe de Mu et de propos du Silmarillon, de Tolkien).
la Lémurie, les continents perdus de Shadows of Imagination consists of essays
l'heroic-fantasy [C.A. Smith, R.E. Howard]. by thirteen scholars who treat seriously
La bibliographie recense 269 œuvres de the fantasies of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R.
langue anglaise et 66 de langue française Tolkien, and Charles Williams. Lewis,
Tolkien, and Williams have made the
HAMACHER, Abraham Marie, Phantoms writing of fantasy a legitimate art. These
of the Imagination: Fantasy in Art and writers, according to Mark Hillegas, editor
Literature from Blake to Dali, New of and contributor to this collection, have
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romance, have returned to the tradition
HACKETT, Martin, Fantasy Wargaming : created by the Odyssey, the D i v i n e
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Northhamptonshire (UK), Patrick
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pages.

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This book shows how the fantasy tradition IRWIN, W. R., The Game of the
culminating in Pullman’s His Dark Materials Impossible: A Rhetoric of Fantasy,
inherits the Romantic quest to transpose Urbana (IL), University of Illinois Press,
spiritual and moral values, once the 1976, 215 pages.
prerogrative of organized religion, into
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evolves into Scarlett O’Hara before finding had a profound impact on the
a comfortable niche as the female hero in contemporary world. Together they were
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the development of this character, from an friends who set out to explore the
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today, the romances of the Middle Ages of Myrddin. He then follows Merlin as he is
were written in times of extreme and imagined and reimagined through
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Children, London, National Book League Christian-influenced resurrection and
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fantasy's social function and interpre- fantasy genre -- Once upon a time : a
tations. Considering the popular and the brief historical overview -- A brief critical
experimental, subversive desires and overview : literary and film fantasy --
reactionary dreams, this book is an Science fiction and horror -- The wizard of
engaging introduction to one of cinema's Oz (1939) : over the rainbow -- Harvey
vital energies. (1950) : a happy hallucination? -- Always
(1989) : Spielberg’s ghost from the past --
CANFORA, Cristina & Luca LARDIERI, Groundhog day (1993) : no time like the
Alice attraverso lo schermo : da Poe à present -- Big (1988) : body and
Carroll viaggio nella letteratura soul/"hearts and souls" -- Shrek (2001) :
fantasy del cinema, Roma, Sovera, like an onion -- Spider-man (2002) : the
2010, 143 pages. karmic web -- The lord of the rings (2001-
Attraverso il confronto e l'analisi di testi 3) : Tolkien’s trilogy or Jackson’s thrillogy?
celebri come Alice nel paese delle -- The chronicles of Narnia : the lion, the
meraviglie e recenti bestseller come witch and the wardrobe (2005): a joyful
Lovely Bones di Alice Sebold, questo agile spell -- Harry Potter I-VI (2001-9) : words
volume compie un viaggio nel cinema are mightier than the sword -- Conclusion
fantastico mettendo in risalto, tra gli altri, : imagine that!
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de Jack Zipes. riana: Essays on Arthurian Film,
Foreword : Grounding the Spell : The Fairy Hamden (CT), Garland Publications, 1992,
Tale Film and Transformation / Jack Zipes 255 pages.
-- Introduction : Envisioning Ambiguity :
Fairy Tale Films / Pauline Greenhill and HARTY, Kevin J. (ed.), Cinema
Sidney Eve Matrix -- Mixing It Up: Generic Arthuriana: Twenty Essays, Jefferson
Complexity and Gender Ideology in Early (NC), Mc Farland, 2002, x, 307 pages.
Twenty-first-Century Fairy Tale Films / Rééditié en 2010, 317 pages.
Cristina Bacchilega and John Rieder -- This edition of Cinema Arthuriana, revised
Building the Perfect Product: The in 2002, presents 20 essays on the topic
Commodification of Childhood in of the recurring presence of the legend in
Contemporary Fairy Tale Film / Naarah film and television from 1904 to 2001.
Sawers -- The Parallelism of the Fantastic They cover such films as Excalibur (1981)
and the Real : Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s and Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Labyrinth/El Laberinto del fauno and (1975), television productions such as The
Neomagical Realism / Tracie D. Mists of Avalon (2001), and French and
Lukasiewicz -- Fitting the Glass Slipper : A German films about the quest for the Holy
Comparative Study of the Princess’s Role Grail and the other adventures of King
in the Harry Potter Novels and Films / Arthur and the Knights of the Round
Ming-Hsun Lin -- The Shoe Still Fits : Ever Table.
After and the Pursuit of a Feminist
Cinderella / Christy Williams -- Mourning HAYES, K. Stoddard, Xena Warrior
Mothers and Seeing Siblings : Feminism Princess (The Complete Illustrated
and Place in The Juniper Tree / Pauline Companion), London, Titan, 2003, 240
Greenhill and Anne Brydon -- Disney’s pages, 23 cm.
Enchanted : Patriarchal Backlash and Xena: Warrior Princess: The Complete
Nostalgia in a Fairy Tale Film / Linda Illustrated Companion is the only
Pershing with Lisa Gablehouse -- Fairy comprehensive, fully-authorised guide to
Tale Film in the Classroom : Feminist all six series of the groundbreaking action-
Cultural Pedagogy, Angela Carter, and Neil adventure show, and contains a complete
Jordan’s The Company of Wolves / Kim episode guide, plus character and behind-
Snowden -- A Secret Midnight Ball and a the-scenes information, and details of
Magic Cloak of Invisibility : The Cinematic Xena fandom, all illustrated with over 150
Folklore of Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide photos, including an 8-page colour section.

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HELFORD, Elyce Raye (ed.), Fantasy Dreamweavers : Interviews with
Girls : Gender in The New Universe of Fantasy Filmmakers of the 1980s,
Science Fiction and Fantasy Tele- Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 1995, 320
v i s i o n , Lanham (MD), Rowman & pages.
Littlefield, 2000, 250 pages.
Programs covered are "Babylon 5", "Buffy MARNY, Dominique, La Belle et la Bête.
the Vampire Slayer", "Disney's Cinderella", Les coulisses du tournage, Paris, le Pré
"Lois and Clark", "Mystery Science Theater aux Clercs, 2006, 110 pages. [La petite
3000", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Star nièce de Jean Cocteau raconte le tournage
Trek: Voyager", "The X-Files", "Third Rock parfois difficile du film en 1945.] Avec des
from the Sun", and "Xena: Warrior photos.
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MAXFORD, Howard, The A To Z of
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Genre Name for Hollywood Fantasy London, Batsford, 1997, 302 pages.
Films Produced Between 1935-1955,
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1980, 195 pages.
HUTCHINSON, Tom, Horror and Fanta-
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JAK, Sable, Writing The Fantasy Film : fantasy]
Heroes and Journeys in Alternative
Realities, Studio City (CA), M. Wiese NAZZARO, Joe, Writing Science Fiction
Productions, 2004, 300 pages. and Fantasy Television, London, Titan
From it's a Wonderful Life, to Star Wars, Books, 2002, 256 pages.
fantasy is not bound by a specific formula.
It spans all genres, times and locals, and OLTON, Bert, Arthurian Legend on Film
has contributed to the folklore and and T e l e v i s i o n , Jefferson (NC),
literature of every culture around the McFarland, 2000, 351 pages. Rééd. :2009.
world. Writing the fantasy film guides you From the moody (Excalibur) to the looney
through the fantasy script process, without ("Knighty Knight Bugs"), more than 250
having to sprinkle the fairy dust. entries give complete credits, synopses,
and analyses. Included are works based
KNORR, Manfred, TV Highlights : Serien solely on Arthur and his literary origins
Hits (1. Fantasy), Medien Publikation and works that feature other figures, like
und Werbe GmBH, 1999, 144 pages. Galahad, Percival, and the operatic
favorites Tristan and Isolde. Also included
KRESKI, Chris, Life Lessons from Xena, are animated films, parodies like Monty
Warrior Princess : A Guide to Python’s, films like Indiana Jones and the
Happiness, Success and Body Armor, Last Crusade with Arthurian themes, and
Riverside (NJ), Andrews McMeel Pub., television series with Arthurian episodes
1990, 108 pages. such as Babylon 5 and MacGyver. Operatic
and dramatic works recorded for film and
LIPTAY, Fabienne, Wunderwelten : television (like Camelot) are also covered.
Märchen im Film, Remscheid, Gardez ! Appendices, bibliography and index.
Verlag, (Filmstudien, 26), 2004, 496
pages. PETZOLD, Dieter (dir.), Fantasy in Film
und Literatur, Heidelberg, Universi-
LOFFICIER, Randy, LOFFICIER, Jean-Marc, tätsverlag C. Winter, (Anglistik und English
GOLDBERG, Lee & William RABKIN, The Unterricht, bd 59), 1996, 267 pages.

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RABKIN, Eric S. & George SLUSSER (eds.), the Rings _3. “‘Tree and flower, leaf
Shadows of the Magic Lamp : Fantasy and grass’: The Grammar of Middle-earth
and Science Fiction in Film, Carbondale, in The Lord of the Rings” _4. “My
Southern illinois University Press, brothers, I see in your eyes the same
(Alternatives), 1985, 259 pages. fear”: The Transformation of Class
Relations in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the
ROVIN, Jeff, The Fabulous Fantasy Rings Trilogy _5. The Lion, the Witch,
Films, Cranbury (NJ), A. S. Barnes, 1977, and the War Scenes: How Narnia Went
271 pages. from Allegory to Action Flick _6. The
Lion, the Witch and the Multiplex _7.
RUSSELL, Maureen, Highlander : The Buckets of Money: Tim Burton’s New
Complete Watcher’s Guide, New York, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory _8.
Warner Books, 1998, 256 pages. Charlie’s Evolving Moral Universe: Filmic
[Guide des 119 épisodes, avec 120 Interpretations of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and
photos, entrevues, etc...) the Chocolate Factory _9. The
Americanization of M a r y : Contesting
SAVILLE, Steven, Fantastic TV : 50 Cultural Narratives in Disney’s M a r y
Years of Cult Fantasy and Science Poppins _10. Animating the Fantastic:
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Wynne Jones’s Howl’s Moving Castle
SHERMAN, Joseph, All I Need to Know I _11. From Book to Film: The Implications
Learned from Xena :Warrior Princess, of the Transformation of The Polar
New York, Pocket Books, 1998, 144 pages. Express _12. From Peter Pan to Finding
Neverland: A Visual Biomythography of
SINGER, Michael, Behind the Scenes of James M. Barrie _13. From Witch to
Prince of Persia : The Sands of Time : Wicked: A Mutable and Transformational
We Make Our Own Desire, New York, Sign _14. From Private Practice to
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176 pages. Practical Magic and Its Hollywood
Transformation
SOLOMON, Charles, Tales as Old as
Time : The Art and Making of Beauty STRESAU, Norbert, Der Fantasy Film,
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Editions, 2010, 176 pages.
STRESAU, Norbert, HAHN, Ronald & Volker
STAFFORD, Nikki, Lucy Lawless and JANSEN, Lexicon des Fantasy Films :
Renee O’Connor : Warrior Stars of 650 Filme von 1900 bis 1986,
Xena, Toronto, ECW Press, 1998, 300 München, Heyne Verlag, 1986, 619 pages.
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631 pages.
STAFFORD, Nikki, How Xena Changed
Our Lives : True Stories by Fans for TEDMAN, Alison, Realms of Fantasy :
Fans , Toronto, ECW Press, 2002, 200 Spectacle, Gender and Fairy Tale Film,
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pages.
STRATYNER, Leslie & James R. KELLER
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E s s a y s , Jefferson (N.C.), McFarland, of Arthurian Legend in Hollywood
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We’re in Kansas Anymore: Peter Jackson’s Study of Popular Culture), 1996, xiv, 205
Film Interpretations of Tolkien’s Lord of pages.

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WEISBROT, Robert S., Xena : Warrior Georges Melies to Peter Jackson’s recent
Princess : The Official Guide to tours of Middle-earth--the work identifies
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challenge and return, setting and
WEISBROT, Robert S., Hercules, The character.
Legendary Journeys : The Official
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In-depth analyses are presented of 15
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Imagination : A Critical Survey of
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to The Lord of the Rings, Jefferson
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The warlocks and ghosts of fantasy film
haunt our popular culture, but the genre
has too long been ignored by critics. This
comprehensive critical survey of fantasy
cinema demonstrates that the fantasy
genre amounts to more than escapism.
Through a meticulously researched
analysis of over a century of fantasy
pictures--from the seminal work of

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