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The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy by
Call Number: Reference Collection, 1st Floor PS374.S35 G74 2005 Library use only
"The combined effort of some 150 expert contributors—including Richard Bleiler, John Clute, Ian Nichols, and Darrell Schweitzer—this encyclopedia discusses pervasive themes in science fiction and fantasy and gives detailed attention to selected novels, films, and television series. The first two volumes provide 400 alphabetically arranged entries on individual themes, while the last volume includes alphabetically arranged entries on 200 particular works." The themed articles include "Frankenstein Monsters," "Werewolves," "Zombies," and more, each with a brief overview of the important books, movies, and tv shows featuring those themes.
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