Source: Digital montage by S Black.
The fantasy fiction collection is located in the Kerferd Library Reading Lounge. Look for the books that have the red fantasy fiction icon on the spine with a dragon.
Click on the book cover or title in the gallery at the bottom of this page to borrow fantasy fiction from the library, or use the following link to browse the fantasy fiction collection in the library.
Key fantasy fiction authors include:
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"Fantasy is a lens to explore what we as a society find important to our pasts, our presents, and future. Fantasy and science fiction often fall under the umbrella of “speculative fiction” - as a result they are often grouped together, especially in bookstores. But science fiction is a forward-looking genre propelled by the possibilities of technology (and the things that worry us about it), fantasy is … more backward looking." (PBS, 2018)
When using this video don't forget to cite and reference your sources. For more information and help see the Kerferd Library referencing guide and / or CiteMaker.
In text reference / citation: Ellis (2018) or (Ellis, 2018)
Bibliography / Reference list: Ellis, L. (2018). How Fantasy Reflects our World, [eVideo]. PBS, Retrieved from https://youtu.be/_zfLa9s4pMI