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Mythlore 133 Volume 37, Issue 1

Fall/Winter 2018     (purchase below)

Table of Contents

— Janet Brennan Croft

The Process of Salvation in Pearl and The Great Divorce
— Amber Dunai

Paradise Retold: Lewis’s Reimagining of Milton, Eden, and Eve
— Benita Huffman Muth

“No Pagan Ever Loved His God”: Tolkien, Thompson, and the Beautification of the Gods
— Megan Fontenot

Turning Back the Tides: The Anglo-Saxon Vice of Ofermod in Tolkien’s Fall of Arthur
— Colin J. Cutler

Nazis in the Shire: Tolkien and Satire
— Jerome Donnelly

Tolkien’s Gimpy Heroes
— Victoria Holtz Wodzak

A Cloud of Witnesses: External Mediation in Frodo’s Journey to Rivendell and Beyond
— Carl P. Olson

A Modern Fairy-story: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Seen through the Prism of Tolkien’s Classic Essay
— Douglas Charles Kane

The Romance and the Real: A.S. Byatt’s Possession: A Romance
— Jordana Long

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: A Postmodern Epic for America
— Susan Gorman

Paul Edwin Zimmer’s Alliterative Style: A Metrical Legacy of J.R.R. Tolkien and Poul Anderson
— Dennis Wilson Wise

Notes and Letters


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