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

The Notion of Fantasy and Reality According to Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, fantasy is “imaginative fiction featuring especially strange settings and grotesque characters ― called also fantasy fiction” or “the power or process of creating especially unrealistic or improbable mental images…

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