7 edition of Fantasy and feeling in education found in the catalog.
Fantasy and feeling in education
Richard Matthew Jones
Bibliography: p. 263-269.
|Statement||by Richard M. Jones.|
|LC Classifications||LB1067 .J6 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||68029430|
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My favorite genre is fantasy. The idea that the magical can happen in the midst of the ordinary is fantastic. Fantasy really makes the phrase "Escape with a good book" meaningful. Our everyday world is at times quite predictable and mundane. Often, writers of fantasy fiction devote a series of books to the same world or characters.
Some of the most famous examples of fantasy fiction are The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lord of the Rings, His Dark Materials (which begins with The Golden Compass), and The Wizard of Earthsea collections. Note that the Harry Potter series also qualifies as fantasy fiction, even though the books take.
I haven't read it, but I presume the first Rothfuss would be a very literary fantasy book (not sure how classroom appropriate it is, though.
Maybe all the content is in the second book). Lieber and Howard have classroom value, and bonus points for the short story format (cuts down costs for books and makes more room for other stories). Fantasy is unlimited and has the highest potential.
The author is allowed to craft a world and plot artfully, whereas a non-fantasy book is restricted to reality. To me, it's like you're at an art museum, and on one wall there's a gorgeous painting in its 24x24 inch frame. That's a non-fantasy book.
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Kids and adults alike will appreciate the modern, vibrant illustrations and the honesty of the author's words. Education and Fantasy Fantasy is the art of the unreal, the literature of the insecure soul. For the most part, I believe fantasy to be a vehicle for the soul of both writer and reader to articulate and reflect on man's basic insecurities.
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