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Mythlore 135 Volume 38, Issue 1

Fall/Winter 2019     (purchase below)

Table of Contents

— Janet Brennan Croft

The Arch and the Keystone
— Verlyn Flieger

An Unexpected Poet: The Creative Works of Dr. Robert E. Havard
— Sarah O’Dell

Notes and Letters


Special Issue Contents:
Mythopoeic Children’s Literature

— Donna White

The Child’s Voyage and the Immram Tradition in Lewis, Tolkien, and Pullman
— Kris Swank

Doubles at Work: The Three Rovers in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Roverandom
— Jennifer Marchant

The Talking Beasts as Adam and Eve: Lewis and the Complexity of “Dominion”
— Jean E. Graham

Pyramids in America: Rewriting the “Egypt of the West” in Rick Riordan’s The Kane Chronicles Series
— Heather L. Cyr

A Sense of Darker Perspective: How the Marauders Convey Tolkien’s “Impression of Depth” in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
— Katherine Sas

Dobby the Robot: The Science Fiction in Harry Potter
— Emily Strand

“What Man am I?” The Hero’s Journey, the Beginning of Individuation, and Taran Wanderer
— author

Blowing the Morte: The Rites of Manhood in William Rayner’s Stag Boy
— Christophe Van Eecke

Death, Hope, and Wholeness in Owen Barfield’s Fairy Tales
— Tiffany Brooke Martin



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