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The Object of Our Contempt: The Victimization of Women in Epic Fantasy

Previously, I wrote an article covering women’s role in the Epic Fantasy genre. While I think I managed to successfully work through a good chunk of my feelings about the current state of the genre as a whole, there’s still … Continue reading

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The Object of Our Affection: Women as More than Prizes in Epic Fantasy

The Epic Fantasy genre has accumulated a substantial following over the many decades since its inception, arguably with William Morris’ The Well at the World’s End. It is a genre defined by its themes, characters, setting, and story, which are … Continue reading

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