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A scholarly, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of mythopoeic literature

Mythlore 97/98

Volume 25, Issue 3/4
2007 Spring/Summer
196 pages

Table of Contents

Editorial —Janet Brennan Croft

Fantastical Fact, Home, or Other? The Imagined ‘Medieval’ in C.S. Lewis —Alison Searle

Feudal Values, Vassalage, and Fealty in The Lord of the Rings —Colleen Donnelly

Battling the Woman Warrior: Females and Combat in Tolkien and Lewis —Candice Fredrick and Sam McBride

Finding Woman’s Role in The Lord of the Rings —Melissa McCrory Hatcher

Through a Dark Lens: Jackson’s Lord of the Rings as Abject Horror —R.D. Hall

The Monstrosity of the Gaze: Critical Problems with a Film Adaptation of The Lord of the Rings —Allison Harl

Galadriel and Morgan le Fey: Tolkien’s Redemption of the Lady of the Lacuna —Susan Carter

The Fall and Repentance of Galadriel —Romuald Ian Lakowski

Prince Caspian and Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair —Robert Boenig

Pullman, Lewis, MacDonald, and the Anxiety of Influence —William Gray

The Ogre Blinded and The Lord of the Rings —Daniel Peretti

Beorn and Tom Bombadil: A Tale of Two Heroes —Paul W. Lewis

Meaning, Meanings, and Epistemology in C.S. Lewis —Charlie W. Starr


The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide. Christina Scull and Wayne G. Hammond. —David D. Oberhelman

The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy: One Book to Rule Them All. Edited by Gregory Bassham and Eric Bronson. —Clark Hutton