1throughthelookingglass.com Launches Website on Fantasy Literature like Through the Looking Glass

‘Through the Looking-Glass’ is a piece of fantasy literature written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson or more popularly known as Lewis Carroll in 1871 as a sequel to the first story written six years earlier called ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.’

Online PR News – 04-June-2011 – – ‘Through the Looking-Glass’ is a piece of fantasy literature written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson or more popularly known as Lewis Carroll in 1871 as a sequel to the first story written six years earlier called ‘Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.’ There are stark differences between the two books written by the master of fantasy literature, with the first book having an outdoor theme set during the warm summer month of May in a fictional world where magic is a reality and this brought in frequent changes in size, vivid imagery of playing cards coming alive as soldiers, etc. while the second book has a darker theme and begins on a cold and snowy night of the winter and involves spatial time and distance swaps like time going backwards, the science of opposites, and a variety of themes based on mirrors, and other supernatural phenomena that are characteristic of fantasy literature.

Fantasy films and fantasy art have also become increasingly popular and to focus more on the literary aspect of this genre and bring alive these stories of the yesteryears, the website 1throughthelookingglass.com that is all about fantasy stories and favorite science fiction was launched. One of the most popular genres of movies and books that are immensely sought after by avid movie goers and literature lovers is fantasy. Today, there is no medium that remains untouched by the magic of fantasy and it is primarily fantasy literature that has been this genre’s primary medium.

Fantasy can be clearly demarcated from science fiction as it includes none of the scientific themes like aliens, a futuristic setting in outer space, alternative possibilities, time travel, other worlds, and scientific theories that science fiction is based on. The two are similar in the sense that both belong to the category of speculative fiction and that is why the website includes both these markedly different yet similar genres. They are loved by writers, artists, musicians, and film makers and are based on legends and ancient myths that are not only accepted but also loved by the world today.

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