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|19th July 2004, 09:01 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Guy Gavriel Kay on fantasy
Here's a speech Kay gave on certain aspects of fantasy: http://www.brightweavings.com/ggkswords/globe.htm
This passage seems quite pertinent to me:
Kay also raises several intersting question regarding the fictional treatment of historical characters and epochs - something that I understand relates directly to his own work. There are other interesting thoughts thrown out in passing. Worth a read.
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