Fantasy and horror : a critical and historical guide to literature, illustration, film, TV, radio, and the Internet / edited by Neil Barron.

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Other Authors: Barron, Neil, 1934-
Other title:Fantasy literature.
Horror literature.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1999.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: the return to fantasy / David G. Hartwell
  • The early and later Gothic traditions, 1762-1896 / Frederick S. Frank
  • The development of the fantastic tradition through 1811 / Dennis M. Krantz
  • Fantasy in the Nineteenth Century, 1812-1899 / Brian Stableford
  • Early modern horror fiction, 1897-1949 / Brian Stableford
  • From Baum to Tolkien, 1900-1956 / Brian Stableford
  • Contemporary horror fiction, 1950-1998 / Stefan Dziemianowicz
  • Contemporary fantasy, 1957-1998 / Darren Harris-Fain
  • Fantasy and horror poetry / Steve Eng
  • Fantasy and horror literature in libraries / Neil Barron
  • Reference sources and online resources / Neil Barron and Michael E. Stamm
  • History and criticism / Gary K. Wolfe
  • Author studies / Richard C. West, Fiona Kelleghan, and Michael A. Morrison
  • Horror, fantasy, and animation in film, television and radio / Michael Klossner
  • Fantasy and horror art and illustration / Walter Albert and Doug Highsmith
  • Teaching fantasy and horror literature / Dennis M. Kratz
  • Fantasy and horror magazines / Robert Morrish and Mike Ashley
  • Library collections / Neil Barron
  • Listings / Neil Barron
  • Appendix A: Sources of information on fiction and poetry authors / Neil Barron.