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The Neverending Story (German: Die unendliche Geschichte) is a fantasy novel by German writer Michael Ende, first published in 1979. An English translation, by Ralph Manheim, was first published in 1983. The novel was later adapted into several films.
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original title: Die unendliche Geschichte
subtitle: Von A bis Z
date of publication: 1979
inspired by: Odyssey, Faust: The Second Part of the Tragedy, Zen in the Art of Archery, Tao Te Ching, Bible, Parzival, Arthurian romance, Nibelungenlied, The Golden Pot, Heinrich von Ofterdingen, The Little Prince, The Last Unicorn, The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Oedipus Rex, Der Handschuh, Klein Zaches, genannt Zinnober, Gargantua and Pantagruel
genre: youth and children's literature, Fairy tale, fantastic, metafiction, Bildungsroman, adventure novel, literary fairy tale
main subject: fantasy, escapism, rationalisation, dualism of inner and outer world, narration, will, reminder, individuation
narrative location: Fantastica, Haulewald, Earth, Ivory Tower, das Gräserne Meer, Sümpfe der Traurigkeit, land of Dead Mountains, die Drei Magischen Tore, Gelichterland, Spook City, Schicksalsgebirge, der Wandernde Berg, das Ei, Perelín, Goab, Tausend Türen Tempel, Amargánth, Murhu, Oglais, Schloss Hórok, das Sternenkloster, die Alte-Kaiser-Stadt, Yskál, Änderhaus, das Bergwerk der Bilder, Auryn
characters: The Childlike Empress, Bastian Balthazar Bux, Atreyu, Falkor, Engywook, The Old Man of Wandering Mountain, Urgl, Gmork, Carl Conrad Coreander, Xayide, Dame Eyola, Argax, Grograman, Pyornkrachzark, Whooshwoozool, Gluckuk, Blubb, Cairon, Artax, Morla, Ygramul, Uyulala, Four Winds Giants, Hynreck, Oglamar, Hýkrion, Hýsbald, Hýdorn, Querquobad, Yikka, Ilwan, Uschtu, Schirkrie, Jisipu, Yor

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