Poetics and Philosophy in C. S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia (2005). Committed to ethical criticism, Justyna and Marek are co-founders of the Center for Children's and Young Adult Fiction at their home institution. They are also members of numerous professional.
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Justyna deszcz-tryhubczak and marek oziewicz. Towards or Back to Human Values? Spiritual and Moral Dimension of Contemporary Fantasy is a theme formulated so as to reveal a bias and provoke a discussion. The bias is clear in our driving assumption that fantasy literature explores, among others, what it means to be a human being and what constitutes the essence of our humanity.
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Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak. Dr Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak is an associate professor in the Institute of English Studies, Wroclaw University, Poland. and Therapeutic Aspects of Fantasy in Literature and Film (Atut, 2007) and Towards or Back to Human Value? The Spiritual and Moral Dimension of Contemporary Fantasy (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006). She is the author of Yes to Solidarity, No to Oppression (University of Wroclaw Press, 2016).
Its uniqueness lies in its being subversive of the reductionist scientific worldview, which denies the reality and importance of anything beyond the scope of its empirical verification.
Towards Or Back to Human Values? Spiritual and Moral Dimensions of Contemporary Fantasy. The first part, Reading Fantasy, Figuring Human Nature, looks at PullmanÃ¢â¬â¢s art of making stories and creating fantasy worlds and at readersÃ¢â¬â¢ responses to his creations. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars P, 2006. Claudia FitzHerbert talks to Philip Pullman. Part 2, Intertextuality and Revamping Traditions, examines the rich intertextuality of PullmanÃ¢â¬â¢s narratives and his use and revamping of literary traditions, including fantasy.
Towards or Back to Human Values is a pioneering and the first of its kind collection of nineteen essays that explore the ways in which literature offers moral and spiritual guidance by appealing to imaginary and imaginative constructs. Authored by some of the key European, Australian, and US scholars, essays are divided into four sections
sions of Contemporary Fantasy, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholar DOSSIER : Special Fantasy Issue, in Press, 2006, xx, 255 pages.
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