The Fantasy in Alina's Nawahimapan Novel Series

ความเป็นแฟนตาซีในนวนิยายชุดนวหิมพานต์ ของ อลินา


  • Panida Kulwong Thai Language program, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  • Umarin Tularak Thai Language program, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand


The fantasy, Nawahimapan novel series, Tutiyaasun and Ekathep


The objectives of this research article were to the fantasy in Alina's Nawahimapan novel series. This is a qualitative analysis of two fantasy-themed titles, Tutiyaasun and Ekathep. According to the study's findings, fantasy in books about Tutiyaasun and EkaThep can be classified into three types: fantasy through characters, fantasy through supernatural items, and fantasy scenes. There are two types of characters: those with supernatural powers and those who are supernatural beings. Second are five types of fantasy through supernatural items scenes: namely bows, amulets, poisons, magic blossoms, and magic necklaces. There are two types of fantasy scenes: realistic scenes and fantasy scenes, which communicate the fantasy through the essential elements of the story, such as characters, supernatural objects, and scenes. The author uses Traibhumikatha, or cosmology, as a method to connect cosmology and fantasy. Unlike other book genres, the plot and narrative of this series are unique and engaging.


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How to Cite

Kulwong, P., & Tularak, U. (2023). The Fantasy in Alina’s Nawahimapan Novel Series: ความเป็นแฟนตาซีในนวนิยายชุดนวหิมพานต์ ของ อลินา. JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE, RELIGION AND CULTURE, 12(2), 68–89. Retrieved from