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Mythlore 129 Volume 35, Issue 1

Fall/Winter 2016     (purchase below)

Table of Contents

— Janet Brennan Croft

The Face of the Materialist Magician: Lewis, Tolkien, and the Art of Crossing Perilous Streets
— Robert Boenig

Chesterton’s Ballad of the White Horse: From Conception to Critical Reception
— Nicholas Milne

Locating Lakeside, Wisconsin: Neil Gaiman’s American Gods and the American Small-town Utopia
— Jake La Jeunesse

“It Was Allowed to One”: C.S. Lewis on the Practice of Substitution
— Andrew C. Stout

Anthony Boucher’s Greatest Horror Story
— Joe R. Christopher

Literary Dependence in the Fiction of C.S. Lewis: Two Case Studies
— Thomas Schmidt

The Disabled Hero: Being and Ethics in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings
— Todd A. Comer

Notes and Letters


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