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Science fiction and
fantasy both feature a setting, characters, or objects that do not exist or can
not exist in the real world. Science fiction focuses on inventions,
discoveries, or technology that are a part of the future. The plot often deals
with man's interaction with this new scientific marvel. A work of fantasy
focuses on magic, super powers, and mystical creatures. In many fantasies, the
plot action revolves around a journey, quest, or task that must be completed by
the main characters.
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by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle from The Lost World
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