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  • May just be a general discussion on the uses of mythology in imaginative fiction — in the context of Imaginales I’m assuming l’imaginaire is intended as a genre term in the mode of “the fantastic” — but the “roots of humanity” might indicate a specific angle, no?

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • May just be a general discussion on the uses of mythology in imaginative fiction — in the context of Imaginales I’m assuming l’imaginaire is intended as a genre term in the mode of “the fantastic” — but the “roots of humanity” might indicate a specific angle, no?

    Imaginales 2009 Schedule

  • Some people use the term "imaginaire", as an equivalent of "speculative fiction", that includes science fiction, fantasy and horror, because it seems that an increasing number of books don't fall neatly into any of those categories.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Melanie Fazi

  • Liberal England: La mallard imaginaire. comment-link {margin-left:. 6em;}

    La mallard imaginaire

  • Under his instruction, I found, sorted, and, within the wardrobe and in the basket, as appropriate, hung up and laid out the costumes for his next performance: Argan in Le Malade imaginaire.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Under his instruction, I found, sorted, and, within the wardrobe and in the basket, as appropriate, hung up and laid out the costumes for his next performance: Argan in Le Malade imaginaire.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Under his instruction, I found, sorted, and, within the wardrobe and in the basket, as appropriate, hung up and laid out the costumes for his next performance: Argan in Le Malade imaginaire.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Under his instruction, I found, sorted, and, within the wardrobe and in the basket, as appropriate, hung up and laid out the costumes for his next performance: Argan in Le Malade imaginaire.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Under his instruction, I found, sorted, and, within the wardrobe and in the basket, as appropriate, hung up and laid out the costumes for his next performance: Argan in Le Malade imaginaire.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • A propos de ton “incapacité” à imaginer des histoires fictives: je ne lis presque que de la science-fiction et je suis toujours admiratif devant le fait que quasiment chaque auteur de SF ne fait que décrire ses contemporains en transposant ça dans un monde futuriste/imaginaire/parralèle, etc.

    Writing Stories — Climb to the Stars

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