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<translate> Examples of fantasy worlds</translate>
<translate> Author</translate> <translate> World</translate> <translate> Source</translate> <translate> Description</translate>
<translate> J.R.R. Tolkien</translate> <translate> Middle Earth</translate> <translate> The Lord of the Rings trilogy</translate> <translate> Middle-earth has some qualities similar to Mediæval Europe.</translate> <translate> The author added magical creatures like elves and wizards.</translate> <translate> At the end of the story, some magical creatures leave the world.</translate>
<translate> J.R.R. Tolkien</translate> <translate> Arda</translate> <translate> The Silmarillion</translate> <translate> Arda is our world, but in a fictional time.</translate> <translate> Middle-earth is actually a continent of the world.</translate>
<translate> C. S. Lewis </translate> <translate> Narnia</translate> <translate> The Chronicles of Narnia series</translate> <translate> The whole world is named after the principal country, Narnia.</translate> <translate> It features a powerful lion, an evil witch, giants, dragons, and some magical devices.</translate> <translate> This world is flat.</translate>
<translate> Piers Anthony</translate> <translate> Xanth</translate> <translate> The Magic of Xanth</translate> <translate> This world has many magical things.</translate> <translate> It is connected to modern America.</translate> <translate> Each creature in Xanth has a unique magical talent.</translate> <translate> These talents are usually minor.</translate> <translate> Translating the book is difficult because of the many silly puns.</translate> <translate> These make sense in English but not necessarily in other languages.</translate>