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Alexander, Lloyd. "Fantasy as Images: A Literary View." Language Arts (April 1978): 440-46. Alexander explains how fantasy can teach readers about real life.

. "The Flat-Heeled Muse." In Children and Literature: Views and Reviews. Edited by Virginia Haviland. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1973. First printed in Horn Book (April 1965): 141-46. Alexander discusses the sources for his ideas and some of his rules for writing successful fantasy.

. "The Grammar of Story." In Celebrating Children's Books. Edited by Betsy Hearne and Marilyn Kaye. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1981, pp. 3-13.

Alexander offers some insight into how he creates beautiful prose, although how the grammar works in a good story remains somewhat mysterious.

. "High Fantasy and Heroic Romance." Horn Book (December 1971): 57784. Alexander defends heroic fantasy as a source of good reading for children.

. "A Matter of Speaking." In The Voice of the Narrator in Children's Literature. Edited by Charlotte F...

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