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© 1992

Christian Fantasy

From 1200 to the Present

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Colin Manlove
    Pages 1-11
  3. Colin Manlove
    Pages 12-20
  4. Colin Manlove
    Pages 21-41
  5. Colin Manlove
    Pages 42-49
  6. Colin Manlove
    Pages 50-72
  7. Colin Manlove
    Pages 73-92
  8. Colin Manlove
    Pages 93-101
  9. Colin Manlove
    Pages 102-114
  10. Colin Manlove
    Pages 115-130
  11. Colin Manlove
    Pages 131-143
  12. Colin Manlove
    Pages 156-163
  13. Colin Manlove
    Pages 164-182
  14. Colin Manlove
    Pages 183-208
  15. Colin Manlove
    Pages 209-214
  16. Colin Manlove
    Pages 215-236
  17. Colin Manlove
    Pages 237-261
  18. Colin Manlove
    Pages 262-302
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 303-356

About this book

Introduction

This is the first account of invented stories involving the Christian supernatural. In their development a central concern is found to be the fantasy-making human imagination itself, at first seen as a obstacle to Christian purpose, but more recently given freer rein.

Keywords

Dante English French imagination John Milton media metaphysics pilgrim present water William Blake

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.University of EdinburghUK

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