Table of Contents -- Mythlore 101/102
- Table of Contents – Mythlore 101/102, Spring/Summer 2008, v.26:3/4.
Just went to the printer today – subscribers should get their copies within the next 3-4 weeks! If you have purchased the Mythlore Index: 1-100, I’ll be getting the supplemental index pages up on the website very soon as well.
“That Most Unselfish Man”: George Sayer, 1914-2005: Pupil, Biographer, and Friend of Inklings — Mike Foster
Selected Sayer Holdings at the Wade Center — Christopher W. Mitchell
Tolkien’s Linguistic Application of the Seventh Deadly Sin: Lust — Emma B. Hawkins
Song as Mythic Conduit in The Fellowship of the Ring — Cami Agan
“The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm’s Son”: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Sequel to “The Battle of Maldon” — Marie Nelson
Two Views of Faërie in Smith of Wootton Major: Nokes and his Cake, Smith and his Star — Josh B. Long
Putting Away Childish Things: Incidents of Recovery in Tolkien and Haddon — Alana M. Vincent.
What the Spirit Knows: Charles Williams and Kenneth Burke — Grace L. Veach
Witches, Wives and Dragons: The Evolution of the Women in Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea-An Overview — Melanie A. Rawls
Nice, Good, or Right: Faces of the Wise Woman in Terry Pratchett’s “Witches” Novels — Janet Brennan Croft
The Christian Parody in Sara Paretsky’s Ghost Country — Joe R. Christopher
Six Characters in Search of Shakespeare: Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and Shakespearian Mythos — John S. Pendergast
Tolkien and Shakespeare: Essays on Shared Themes and Language, edited by Janet Brennan Croft
The Evolution of Tolkien’s Mythology: A Study of the History of Middle-earth by Elizabeth A. Whittingham
Charles Williams: Alchemy and Integration by Gavin Ashenden
The History of The Hobbit, Parts One and Two, by John D. Rateliff
Past Watchful Dragons: Fantasy and Faith in the World of C.S. Lewis, edited by Amy H. Sturgis
Janet Brennan Croft
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"Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the rising ape meets the falling angel." -Terry Pratchett
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- Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy!
ToC sounds great, Janet. Really looking forward to it.
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