Realms of Wizardry

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Realms of Wizardry: An Anthology of Adult Fantasy
Realms of Wizardry.jpg
Dust cover of the first edition.
EditorLin Carter
Cover artistRobert Aulicino
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy
PublisherDoubleday
Publication date
1976
Media typePrint (hardcover)
Pagesxv, 269
ISBN0-385-11393-5
OCLC2372325
813/.0876
LC ClassPZ1 .R255 PS648.F3
Preceded byKingdoms of Sorcery 

Realms of Wizardry: An Anthology of Adult Fantasy is an American anthology of fantasy stories, edited by American writer Lin Carter. It was first published in hardcover by Doubleday in December 1976[1] as the second of two such anthologies continuing a series of nine assembled by Carter for the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series.

The book collects sixteen tales and excerpts from novels by various fantasy authors, with an overall introduction and notes on the individual authors by Carter. The collection is a companion volume to Carter's earlier anthology Kingdoms of Sorcery (1976).

Contents[edit]

  • "Introduction: The Horns of Elfland" (Lin Carter)
  • I. Fantasy as Legend
  • II. Fantasy as Satire
  • III. Fantasy as Romance
  • IV. Fantasy as Adventure Story
  • V. New Directions in Fantasy
  • "Other Realms of Wizardry: Suggestions for Further Reading" (Lin Carter)

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