The Goddess Of Fried Okra

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Fairy tales 14 Nineteenth-Century Fiction and, by extension, fantasy, were tidied and made suitable for the modest read- ership that was seen as their proper audience: women and children. Science fiction writers can create entirely new worlds and societies within their stories, and in so doing expose and question com- mon assumptions about what is con- sidered normal. As a literary genre, the gothic can be identified by certain conventions.

Pages: 242

Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (March 17, 2010)

ISBN: 0984125892

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