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Schweitzer, Darrell (Hrsg.): The Neil Gaiman Reader. Rockville: Wildside, 2007. (248 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0809556251
BibTeX citation key: Schweitzer2007
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Categories: General
Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung, Gaiman. Neil, Großbritannien, Interview
Creators: Schweitzer
Publisher: Wildside (Rockville)
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Abstract
Neil Gaiman’s talent is so vast that any exploration of his work can only be described as a beginning. Here is one such beginning, an examination of the creative genius being The Sandman, American Gods, Coralineand so much more. His prose fiction has achieved enormous acclaim and popularity. Now leading scholars provide insights into the Sandman universe, its mythological underpinnings, Gaiman's technique and his relationship to other masters of the fantastic imagination. Two extensive interviews with Gaiman are included, along with a thorough bibliography of his work to date.

Table of Contents

Darrell Schweitzer: Introduction To A Very Large Subject (7)

Sandman Studies
Stephen Rauch: Campbell and The Sandman: Reminding Us of the Sacred (11)
Julie Myers Saxton: Dreams and Fairy Tales: The Theme of Rationality in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Sandman (22)
Peter S. Rawlik, Jr.: The King Forsakes His Throne: Campbellian Hero Icons in Neil Gaiman’s Sandman (30)
Mary Borsellino: Blue and Pink: Gender in Neil Gaiman’s Work (51)

Rob Elder: Gods And Other Monsters: A Sandman Exit Interview And Philosophical Omnibus (54)

The Rest of Gaiman (A Very Large Subject Indeed)
Ben P. Indick: Neil Gaiman in Words and Pictures (79)
JaNell Golden: Pay Attention: There May or May Not Be a Man Behind the Curtain, An Analysis of Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean’s Violent Cases (97)
Chris Dowd: An Autopsy of Storytelling: Metafiction and Neil Gaiman (103)
Darrell Schweitzer: Tapdancing on the Shoulders of Giants: Neil Gaiman’s Stardust and Its Antecedents (115)
Jason Erik Lundberg: The Old Switcheroo: A Study in Role Reversal (122)
William Alexander: Backstage (1319
Bethany Alexander: No Need to Choose: A Magnificent Anarchy of Belief (133)
Marilyn Mattie Brahen: The Thin Line Between (140)
William Alexander: On the Death of King Sweeny: Irish Lore and Literature in American Gods (149)
Baba Singh: Catharsis and the American God (154)
Marilyn Mattie Brahen: The Frame and the Flashback: Analyzing Neil Gaiman’s Story “Murder Mysteries” (165)
Mike Ashley: Coraline: A Quest for Identity (171)

Darrell Schweitzer: Another Interview With Neil Gaiman (175)

Davey Snyder: Neil Gaiman: An Incomplete Bibliography (190)


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