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THE MYTHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF NEIL GAIMAN is an award winning collection of in-depth essays on the art and style of prolific author Neil Gaiman. Winner of the 2012 President's Gold Medal of The Florida Publisher's Association Written by scholars and fans, the collection is accessible yet knowledgeable of all things Gaiman. (This is the second in Kitsune Books' "Mythologic ...more
Paperback, Second Printing, 292 pages
Published April 20th 2013 by Myth Ink Books (first published May 5th 2012)
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Dawn Ferchak
Jun 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
I discovered Sandman when I was fifteen. I was working in a bookstore at the time, and a friend handed me the second issue in “The Doll’s House” arc. He said, “I think you’ll like this.” He was right. The next day, I found a comic book store and signed up for a subscription box. I also walked out with every back issue I could find. Gaiman had me in his hand.

It’s now several decades later. My bookshelves have first-editions of almost every single one of his works, from short story collections an
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Anthony Burdge
Apr 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
"I have Mythological Dimensions. You cannot see them, but they are there." —Neil Gaiman, http://journal.neilgaiman.com, Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010

"As the many Gaiman stories analyzed in this book attest, our entertainment and intellectual lives are never the same once we read or hear his words, and if we follow his example, we too can bring magic to our madness." —Lynnette Porter, author of 13 books, professor at Embry-Riddle University, contributing editor/columnist for PopMatters

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Based on content alone, I would give it four stars. However, format and presentation are important, and the format of this ebook is a mess. Words run together, paragraphs are not indented, there are no clear breaks between sections - I can read just about anything, but the format of this one made it close to unreadable. I can only hope the print edition, if there is one, is better. Format aside, it is a collection of essays by various authors, some more brilliant than others, and some essays sta ...more
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Anthony S. Burdge, an independent scholar, was first introduced to the existence of Secondary Worlds via the work of J.R.R Tolkien at an early age. Since taking that first journey out of Bag End with Bilbo, he has traveled with the Doctor, hitchhiked with Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect, been a crew member aboard the USS Enterprise, walked under an eldritch moon toward R’yleh and entered the realms o ...more
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