Fantasy and Reality in African Novels: A Study of Sello Duiker’s The Hidden Star

From the above, we can deduce that fantasy is imagined and improbable while reality is experienced and plausible. However, it will be erroneous to conclude that fantasy does not exist. Arguably, the realms of imagination and reality are so fluid…

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