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  • Croft, Janet B.
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      Final approved proof just went to the printer.  Subscribers should get this in about 2-3 weeks.  There's still time to subscribe at www.mythsoc.org!
       
      Mythlore  Issue 107/108  Volume 28, Number 1/2   Fall/Winter  2009
       
      Perilous Shores: The Unfathomable Supernaturalism of Water in 19th-Century Scottish Folklore
              Jason Marc Harris
       
      The Noldor and the Tuatha DĂ© Danaan: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Irish Influences
              Annie Kinniburgh
       
      Tolkien’s Sigurd & GudrĂșn: Summary, Sources, & Analogs
      Pierre H. Berube
       
      Amanda McKittrick Ros and the Inklings
              Anita G. Gorman and Leslie Robertson Mateer
       
      Ancient Myths in Contemporary Cinema: Oedipus Rex and Perceval the Knight of the Holy Grail in Pulp Fiction and The Sixth Sense
              Inbar Shaham
       
      The Heart of the Labyrinth: Reading Jim Henson’s Labyrinth as a Modern Dream Vision
              Shiloh Carroll
       
      No Sex in Narnia? How Hans Christian Andersen’s “Snow Queen” Problematizes C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia
              Jennifer L. Miller
       
      Innocence as a Super-power: Little Girls on the Hero’s Journey
              David Emerson
       
      Naming the Evil One: Onomastic Strategies in Tolkien and Rowling
              Janet Brennan Croft
       
      And reviews of: Tales Before Narnia: The Roots of Modern Fantasy and Science Fiction, edited by Douglas A. Anderson; The Magician’s Book: A Skeptic’s Adventures in Narnia, by Laura Miller; Projecting Tolkien’s Musical Worlds: A Study of Musical Affect in Howard Shore’s Soundtrack to Lord of the Rings, by Matthew Young; Esotericism, Art, and Imagination, edited by Arthur Versluis et al.; three new books on The Wind in the Willows, including two annotated versions; Truths Breathed Through Silver: The Inklings’ Moral and Mythopoeic Legacy, edited by Jonathan B. Himes with Joe R. Christopher and Salwa Khoddam; and Volume VI of Tolkien Studies.
       
      Janet Brennan Croft
      Associate Professor
      Head of Access Services
      University of Oklahoma Libraries
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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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