“Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly,”One must have sunshine, freedom,and a little flower.”
Hans Christian Andersen
Fantasy is a genre that uses magic and other supernatural phenomena as a primary element of plot, theme, and/orsetting. Many works within the genre take place in fictional worlds where magic is common. Fantasy is generally distinguished from science fiction in that it does not provide a logical (or pseudo logical) explanation for the scientifically impossible events that occur, though there is a great deal of overlap between the two (both are subgenres of speculative fiction).
In popular culture, the genre of fantasy is dominated by its medievalist form, especially since the worldwide success of The Lord of the Rings books by J. R. R. Tolkien. In its broadest sense however, fantasy comprises works by many writers, artists, filmmakers, and musicians, from ancient myths and legends to many recent works embraced by a wide audience today.
Fantasy is a vibrant area of academic study in a number of disciplines (English, cultural studies, comparative literature, history, medieval studies). Work in this area ranges widely, from the structuralist theory of Tzvetan Todorov, which emphasizes the fantastic as a liminal space, to work on the connections (political, historical, literary) between medievalism and popular culture.
Every woman has a place, in her heart there’s a space, and the world can’t erase her fantasies.
Take a ride in the sky, on our ship fantasy, all your dreams will come true, right away
And we will live together, our voices will ring forever, as one.
Every thought is a dream, rushing by in a stream, bringing life to The kingdom of doing.Take a ride in the sky, on our ship fantasy, all your dreams will come true, miles away.Our voices will ring together until the twelfth of never,we all, will live LOVE forever, as one.Come see victory, in the land called fantasy, loving life, a new decree, bring your mind to everlasting liberty!
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