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Aspects of Fantasy in Literary Myths About Lost Civilizations

in: Schlobin, R. C., ed. The Aesthetics of Fantasy Literature and Art. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1982. pp. 192-210.

Fabulating the Australian Desert: Australia's Lost Race Romances, 1890-1908

Philament No. 3: [11 p.]. April 2004. (http://sydney.edu.au.lib-ezproxy.tamu.edu:2048/arts/publications/philament/issue3_Critique_Bellanta.htm )


in: Bradshaw, William R. The Goddess of Atvatabar. New York: Douthitt, 1892. pp. 9-12.


in: Derennes, Charles. The People of the Poles, adapted by Brian Stableford. Encino, CA: Black Coat Press, 2008. p.5-11.

Lost lands, lost races: a pagan princess of their very own

in: Clareson, T. D., ed. Many Futures, Many Worlds. Ohio: Kent State Univ. Press, 1977. pp. 117-139. (revised from Journal of Popular Culture 8(4): 714-723. Spring 1975.)

Lost Worlds and the Revenge of Realism

Science-Fiction Studies 10(2): 170-190. July 1983.

Projected bibliography: `by the world forgot'

Extrapolation 12(2):106-108. May 1971.

Tarzan and the Lost Races: Parallels Between Anthropology and Early Science Fiction

in: Archetti, Eduardo P., ed. Exploring the Written: Anthropology and the Multiplicity of Writing. Stockholm: Scandinavian University Press, 1994. pp.231-257.

The Lemurian Nineties,

Australian Literary Studies 8(3): 307-316. May 1978.

The Tarzan Series of Edgar Rice Burroughs: Lost Races and Racism in American Popular Culture.

Ph. D. Dissertaton, Bowling Green State University, 1978. 263 p. (DAI-A 39(7), p. 4347, January 1979.)

Unknown Australia: Rosa Praed's Vanished Race,

Australian Literary Studies 22(1): 37-50. 2005.

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