Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio, Vol 4, No 1 (2010)

The Fantastic and the Intercultural Communication

Narcisa Gales


Inheritance of the XVIIIth century European literature, but with roots climbing, ramifying themselves, in the shadows of the time, the fantastic alleges and develops in the XIXth century, when it met a great success. In a context marked by changing ideologies, brought by numerous discoveries and achievements in all the human activities, the fantastic shows the limits and the fissures of the
knowledge, pointing out a somehow paradoxical phenomenon, and at the same time a really true one: any light that wants to banish the obscurity, emphasizes even more the depth of the resting darkness.


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