Mythlore 113/114 Table of Contents -- sent to the printer today!
- View SourceMythloreIssue 113/114 Volume 29, Number 3/4 Spring/Summer 2011A Bibliography of Glen GoodKnight’s Articles, Reviews, and Major Editorials in MythloreJanet Brennan CroftNarrative Dualism in C.S. Lewis’s That Hideous StrengthSadie H. BullardA Matter of Time: C.S. Lewis’s Dark Tower Manuscript and Composition ProcessJonathan B. HimesDialogic War: From The Battle of Maldon to the War of the RingPeter GrybauskasArt According to Romantic Theology: Charles Williams’s Analysis of Dante Reapplied to J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Leaf by Niggle”Michael MilburnThe Dantean Structure of The Great DivorceJoe R. ChristopherCordial Dislike: Reinventing the Celestial Ladies of Pearl and Purgatorio in Tolkien’s GaladrielSarah DowneyThe Precious and the Pearl: The Influence of Pearl on the Nature of the One RingNoah KoubenecTwo Rings to Rule Them All: A Comparative Study of Tolkien and WagnerJamie McGregorTúrin and Aragorn: Embracing and Evading FateJanet Brennan CroftReviewsA Sword Between the Sexes? C.S. Lewis and the Gender Debates by Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen (Joe R. Christopher)The Cambridge Companion to C.S. Lewis, edited by Robert MacSwain and Michael Ward (Gregory Bassham)The Law and Harry Potter, edited by Jeffrey E. Thomas and Franklin G. Snyder (Douglas C. Kane)Merlin: Knowledge and Power Through the Ages by Stephen Knight (Harley J. Sims)Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings: Sources of Inspiration, edited by Stratford Caldecott and Thomas Honegger (Charles A. Huttar)One Earth, One People by Marek Oziewicz (Donna R. White)War of the Fantasy Worlds: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien on Art and Imagination by Martha C. Sammons (David Bratman)Janet Brennan CroftAssociate Professor
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