add the annotated bibliography1.Chanady, Amaryll Beatrice. ‘

add the annotated bibliography1.Chanady, Amaryll Beatrice. ‘Magical realism and the fantastic resolved versus unresolved antinomy.’ (1985).2.Cooper, Brenda. Magical Realism in West African Fiction. Routledge, 2012.3.Danow, David. The spirit of carnival: Magical realism and the grotesque. University Press of Kentucky, 2015.4.Flores, Angel. ‘Magical realism in Spanish American fiction.’ Hispania 38.2 (1955): 187-192.such asAnnotated BibliographyChen, Zhenxun. “Probe into the Magic Features in The Journey to the West: With Close Reading of Chapter Six as Case Study”. Journal of Chongqing University of Post and Telecommunications (Social Science Edition), No. 6 ( 2012) 81-85In this article, the author compares Latin American Magical Realism with the Chinese classic novel The Journey to the West, using Chapter Six as an example. The author believes that different from the loyal recording of the Indian thoughts in images in Latin American Magical Realism, the text in the Sixth Chapter of the Chinese novel dramatizes the mystifying events and the obscure legend figures according to the customs of the Ming Dynasty (more than 700 years ago) to ridicule the class conflicts at the time.