Fantasy and the Modern World
In fantasy, the outside is an externalization, a metaphor, of the internal. Magic is perhaps the most fruitful metaphor available to this kind of fiction. Artists in the fantasy genre use the metaphor of magic as a means of discussing the ways in which human beings are greater than the sum of their parts. This course considers fantasy as a rich study of social, cultural and intellectual developments.
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