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A Magic-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic (1998)
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CONTENTS What Good is a Glass Dagger by Larry Niven The Princess and the Bear by Orson Scott Card The Summoning by Katherine Kurtz As Is by Robert Silverberg The Alchemist and the Witch by Christopher Stasheff Fiddler Fair by Mercedes Lackey Wizard's World by Andre Norton Geroldo's Incredible Trick by Robert E. Feist Willow by C. J. Cherryh The Vacation by Ray Bradbury Mazirian the Magician by Jack Vance The Bazaar of the Bizarre by Fritz Leiber The Lady's Gifts by Melanie Rawn The Walker Behind by Marion Zimmer Bradley The Anything Box by Zenna Henderson The White Horse Child by Greg Bear Armaja Das by Joe Haldeman [The Answer] by F. Paul Wilson (The title represents an apparently unspellable word, that looks like something typed over another thing and this is the best I can do] The Word of Unbinding by Ursula K. LeGuin The Last Defender of Camelot by Roger Zelazny
A collection of stories illustrating how the concept of the fantastic evolved through the years. The 20 stories range from magic in Colonial America to magic as imagined in the future.
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