Phantastes

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Phantastes: A Faerie Romance for Men and Women  (1858) 
by George MacDonald
Phantastes' is an 1858 fantasy novel written by George MacDonald. The story is of Anodos ("pathless" or "ascent" in Greek) and takes its inspiration from German romance, particularly Novalis. The story concerns a young man who is pulled into a dreamlike world and there hunts for his ideal of female beauty, embodied by the "Marble Lady". — Excerpted from Phantastes on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

PHANTASTES

A FAERIE ROMANCE FOR MEN AND WOMEN

BY

GEORGE MACDONALD

A new Edition, with thirty-three new Illustrations by Arthur Hughes; edited by Greville MacDonald

"In good sooth, my masters, this is no door.
Yet is it a little window, that looketh upon a great world."

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This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.