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Re: Signed LP?
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Yep, definitely fakes.

Posted on: 2010/8/29 15:31


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I agree. What's more, he also has an equally dodgy looking copy of TT, here -


http://www.guaranteedautographs.com/tojttwoto19b.html

- v. dodgy!

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Re: Greatest fantasy books
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Khamul, I'm looking at a fairly broad definition. Not completely broad - modern "hard" sf, for one, won't get in, unless justified. But broadly, if it's in the Encyclopedia of Fantasy, it's in scope.

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What, Wellinghall, are you (broadly speaking) defining Fantasy as including? Fantasy in the early to mid-20th century was probably a little broader in definition than it is today; including such things as "Science-Fantasy" etc. (i.e. Sci-fi was viewed by some as sub-genre of Fantasy.) Horror, Weird, Supernatural fiction: can these be included?

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