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218 - Gandalf, the catalogue of misbehaviour

219 - The Bidding of the War-Shaft, J.R.R. Tolkien’s LotR and L.N. Tolstoy’s War and Peace

220 - Tolkien-Inspired Quilt

221 - Destiny & Dreams, J.S. Ryan’s Tolkien’s View: Windows into his World

222 - Alex Lewis & Elizabeth Currie’s The Epic Realm of Tolkien Part One – Beren and Lúthien

223 - An Annual Scholarly Review Vol. VI

225 - Halbarad Dúnadan: an unsung hero

226 - Regarding the nature of Tolkien’s character Gandalf

228 - Plight of the Dwarves

229 - about Dimitra Fimi

233 - A Wizard for All Seasons, Tolkien Studies and Online Learning: a personal journey, TOLKIEN and
the Study of His Sources CRITICAL ESSAYS Edited by JASON FISHER - review

235 - review: TOLKIEN and the Study of His Sources by JASON FISHER -, As If: Modern Enchantment
and the Literary Prehistory of Virtual Reality by Michael T. Saler

236 - The Sacrifice of Frodo

238 - My Brother’s Keeper: The Spiritual Kinship of Frodo and Sméagol (Gozzolo)

239 - Elizabeth M. Stephen Hobbit to Hero The Making of Tolkien’s King - review,

241 - Moments of Grace and Spiritual Warfare in The Lord of the Rings - Anne Marie Gazzolo - review

242 - Angela P. Nicholas A J. R. R. Tolkien’s Undervalued Hero ARAGORN - review, Sub-creating
Middle-earth Constructions of Authorship and the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien edited by Judith Klinger -
review

244 - The Enigmatic Presence of Tom Bombadil and Goldberry

245 - Is Varda the Wisdom of Eru?, “There she blows!” Moby-Dick in Middle-earth?

246 - There Is Always Hope: Lessons from Middle-earth, Tolkien, Fantasy, and Ecology: Prolegomena

249 - The Quest for Erebor, The Bees’ Wolf of The Hobbit

250 - Re-readings and Re-interpretations 1: The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen, Gandalf and the Merlin
of Arthurian Chronicles, Michael Muhling The Real ME, Discovering the Origin of LotR - review

251 - Frodo, Sam, and the Valar; Gandalf and the Merlin of Arthurian Romances

252 - Female Descent in M-e Mythology, The wonderful things of Tutankhamen, Thorin II and Bard

255 - HOBBIT SEED CAKE RECIPE

258 - The Effect of War on Tolkien’s Mythology

260 - THE TRAGEDY OF ARVEDUI AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE LORD OF THE RINGS

Real and imaginary history in The Lord of the Rings. The realm of Faërie. Douglas A. COMMENTARY: The ogre in the dungeon (on fairy-stories). Tolkien. Women. and Grace in The Lord of the Rings. Health. R. The Mirror Crack’d: Fear and Horror in JRR Tolkien’s Major Works Edited by Lynn Forest-Hill. Demons.Tolkien Studies: an Annual Scholarly Review. REVIEWS - Anderson. Oxford and Tolkien. Peter Gilliver. The wizard . R.REVIEW: Tolkien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. Tolkien’s further indebtedness to Haggard. The History of The Hobbit.„Linguistic Ghosts”: Anglo-Saxon Poetry as Tolkien’s Tether between Past and Present MALLORN 45 .C.review.The (Nearly) Discarded Image: Tolkien’s Later Tinkerings with His Medieval Cosmology 270 . Gender and Identity Alaric Hall. with Commentary and Notes J. COMMENTARY: The magic of fantasy: the traditional. (V)Arda Marred .261 . Choices. COMMENTARY - Teaching and Studying Tolkien. The Ring Goes Ever On.review. Lee. the original and the wonderful. R. IV . and Elizabeth Solopova. and Grace in The Lord of the Rings.review 265 . The words of Húrin and Morgoth: microcosm. Balrogs: being and becoming 50 . Rateliff.THE TRAGEDY OF ARVEDUI AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE LORD OF THE RINGS 264 . Tolkien . Anderson. ed. Choices..Letters to the Editor — In Demons. Frodo as the scapegoat child of Middle-earth. The Ring of Words: Tolkien and the Oxford English Dictionary. the application of Roman law to the wills of the Shire 47 . Stuart D. Tolkien Edited by Verlyn Flieger & Douglas A. Michael D.REVIEWS: Tolkien On Fairy-stories: Expanded Edition. Edmund Weiner. and the shadow of Homer in Narnia and Middle-earth. Questing for ‘Tygers’: a historical archaeological landscape investigation of Tolkien’s real M-e 49 .REVIEWS: Elves in Anglo-Saxon England: Matters of Belief. Roots and Branches: Selected Papers on Tolkien by Tom Shippey .Medieval Fostering in the First and Third Ages of Middle-earth: Elrond as Fóstri and Fóstr-son PART ONE. R. Tales Before Tolkien: The Roots of Modern Fantasy + Tales Before Narnia: The Roots of Modern Fantasy. The Stone of Erech and the Black Stone of the Ka’aba: meteorite or ‘meteor-wrong’?. R. Tolkien Edited by Christopher Tolkien. The curious case of Denethor and the Palantír. Drout.Medieval Fostering in the First and Third Ages of Middle-earth: Elrond as Fóstri and Fóstr-son PART TWO. The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún J.The hatred between dwarves and orcs? 267 . COMMENTARY: Tolkien of the many names.COMMENTARY: Lewis and Tolkien: bridges between worlds. Dragon meat for dinner (jewish culinary traditions?) 48 . Anderson. Jeremy Marshall. David Rowe The Proverbs of Middle-earth . An Analysis of Allegory versus Bounce: Tolkien’s Smith of Wootton Major 266 . How Tradition Works: a MemeBased Cultural Poetics of the Anglo-Saxon Tenth Century Michael C.. Volume 6 Edited by Douglas A. Race and Cultural History: From Fairies to Hobbits Dimitra Fimi. Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference: 50 Years of the Lord of the Rings Edited by Sarah Wells. John D. Drout and Verlyn Flieger. Vol.The Evolution of the Queen of the Stars 46 . Strange Visions of Mountains – the Montane Motif in Tolkien’s Fiction. The Keys of Middle-earth: Discovering Medieval Literature through the Fiction of J.review. macrocosm and the later legendarium.The Fox and the Stone-Giants (with a Speculation about the Ents) 268 . R.

Drout and Verlyn Flieger. Eucatastrophe: On the Necessity of Sorrow for Human Person. REVIEWS: Narnia and the Fields of Arbol: The Environmental Vision of C. Drout and Verlyn Flieger. VII Eds Douglas A. COMMENTARY: Ents and sources. ‘That sickle of the heavenly field’: celestial motifs in The Lay of Leithian. Elves and Eriador: The Environmental Vision of J. The Dating of Beowulf: A Reassessment edited by Leonard Neidorf. Lewis Matthew Dickerson and David O’ Hara. The Lord of the Rings: War in the North. The ‘divine passive’ in The Lord of the Rings. R.REVIEWS: Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary by J. C. Nesbit 54 . COMMENTARY: The Curious Case of Denethor and the Palantír. The Human Image and the Interrelationship of the Orcs. COMMENTARY: “Loveforsaken. Friendship in Tolkien’s world. Tolkien’s use of free will versus predestination in The Lord of the Rings 52 . Tolkien Matthew Dickerson and Jonathan Evans. By Jamie Williamson . but Not Back Again: Middle-earth circa 4000 BCE 57 . Foreword by John Elder.LETTER: A Merry dance.R. COMMENTARY: The Harrowing of Hell Motif in Tolkien’s Legendarium. Middle-earth and Midgard: the Viking Sagas in Tolkien’s Legendarium. Volume VIII 2011 Eds Douglas A. The Destiny Of Túrin. Jason Fisher (ed. COMMENTARY: What made Tolkien tick and why was he called ‘Reuel’? The importance of Tolkien biography. Orcs and Tolkien’s treatment of evil 53 .. Michael D. deprived. J.R.). Owen Barfield. Anderson. Once More. INTERVIEW: A recollection of Tolkien: Canon Gerard Hanlon 55 . Ending the dualism of nature and industry in The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien’s Technique of Translation in his Prose Beowulf: Literalism and Literariness. Afterword by Tom Shippey.REVIEWS: Tolkien and the Study of his Sources. Tolkien. Tolkien’s Tom Bombadil and Social Media: An Excursus Note.REVIEWS: The Evolution of Modern Fantasy: From Antiquarianism to the Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series. R. Tolkien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. S. Going back: time travel in Tolkien and E. Creation and Subcreation. indeed!’: Bilbo Baggins.REVIEWS: Tolkien and Wales: Language.and the rhetor: rhetoric and the ethos of Middle-earth in The Hobbit. S. in The Lord of the Rings. C.REVIEWS: Tolkien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. Vol.R. The Holy Fellowship: Holiness in LotR 58 . R. T’s Jungian Views on Lgg.” A medical consideration of Faramir’s condition on his return from the retreat from Osgiliath. “The House of his Spirit Crumbles. Tolkien’s “Leaf by Niggle”: A Fantastic Journey to Afterlife. A woman of valour: Éowyn in War and Peace. Arwen and Edward: redemption and the fairy bride/groom in the literary fairytale 51 . Literature and Identity Carl Phelpstead. Tolkien and Folklore: Sellic Spell and The Lay of Beowulf.R. “Helpful. independent . vengeful”: The use of Norse mythology in Tolkien’s representation of Dwarves 56 . A flying balrog. C. Tolkien. Ents.REVIEWS: The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J. ‘Beautiful and Terrible’: The Significance of Galadriel’s Hair in The Lord of the Rings and Unfinished Tales.COMMENTARY: Tom Bombadil and the Journey for Middle-earth. ‘Seeing a Picture Before Us’: Tolkien’s commentary in his translation of Beowulf. This Side of the Standing Stone. insulted. Tolkien’s Arthurian Twilight: Ancient Influences in The Fall of Arthur. COMMENTARY: Casting away treasures: Tolkien’s use of Pearl in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Lewis. Parallel Paths and Distorting Mirrors: Strategic Duality as a Narrative Principle in Tolkien’s Works. Reconstructing the Politics of the Dark Age. Anderson. All Tales May Come True: Tolkien’s Creative Mysticism. ‘Servant. R. Charles Williams. from the land banished”: The Complexity of Love and Honor in Tolkien’s Fall of Arthur. Fertility and Grace in The Lord of the Rings. Elves and Men. COMMENTARY: Realism in fantasy: The Lord of the Rings. Michael D. There. or a Dumézilian Approach of The Narn.

Eucatastrophe. and the Rewriting of Medieval Legend. Eighteenth-Century Gothic Fiction and the Terrors of Middle-earth . Tolkien.contractor. On Tolkien’s Presentation of Distributism through the Shire. The Voice of Beorn: How Language Moralizes the Monstrous.