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  • Croft, Janet B.
    This issue is at the printer and should go in the mail early next week! Mythlore Issue 119/120 Volume 31, Number 1/2
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      This issue is at the printer and should go in the mail early next week!

       

      Mythlore

       

      Issue 119/120                 Volume 31, Number 1/2                 Fall/Winter 2012

       

      Editorial

                  Janet Brennan Croft

       

      Yggdrasil and the Stave Church

                  G. Ronald Murphy, S.J.

       

      The Inklings Remembered: A Conversation with Colin Havard

      Justin T. Noetzel and Matthew R. Bardowell

       

      The Steward, The King, and the Queen: Fealty and Love in Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and in Sir Orfeo

                  Sue Bridgwater

       

      Charles Williams’s Anti-Modernist Descent into Hell

                  Lydia R. Browning  

       

      The Wondrous Orientalism of Lord Dunsany: Traditional and Non-traditional Orientalist Narratives in The Book of Wonder and Tales of Wonder

                  Alyssa House-Thomas

       

      Reciprocal Colonization in the Irish Fairy Tales of Lord Dunsany

                  Erin L. Sheley

       

      Changing the Story: Transformations of Myth in Yeats’s Poem “Cuchulain’s Fight with the Sea”

                  Roxanne Bodsworth

       

      Grief Poignant as Joy: Dyscatastrophe and Eucatastrophe in A Song of Fire and Ice

                  Susan Johnston

       

      Reviews:

       

      Burdge, Anthony S., Jessica Burke, and Kristine Larsen, eds. The Mythological Dimensions of Neil Gaiman

      Birns, N.

       

      Fastitocalon: Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern. #2.1&2 (2011)

      Croft, J.B.

       

      Frankel, Valerie Estelle. Buffy and the Heroine’s Journey: Vampire Slayer as Feminine Chosen One

      Croft, J.B.

       

      Hiley, Margaret. The Loss and the Silence: Aspects of Modernism in the Works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams

      Ordway, H.

       

      Honegger, Thomas, ed. Tolkien in Translation

      Sims, H.J.  

       

      Honegger, Thomas, ed. Translating Tolkien: Text and Film

      Brown, S.

       

      Jennbert, Kristina. Animals and Humans: Recurrent Symbiosis in Archaeology and Old Norse Religion

      Auger, E.E.  

       

      Mallorn: The Journal of the Tolkien Society. #53 (Spring 2012)

      Croft, J.B.

       

      North Wind: A Journal of George MacDonald Studies. #30 (2011)

      Croft, J.B.

       

      Reno, Frank D. Arthurian Figures of History and Legend: A Biographical Dictionary

      Williams, D.T.  

       

      Sandner, David. Critical Discourses on the Fantastic, 1712-1831

      Young, J.

       

      Stirling, Kirsten. Peter Pan’s Shadows in the Literary Imagination

      Wiggins, K.M.

       

      Tolkien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. #9 (2012)

      Croft, J.B.

       

      Trout, Paul A. Deadly Powers: Animal Predators and the Mythic Imagination

      Walker, L.

       

      Wolfe, Judith and B.N. Wolfe, eds. C.S. Lewis and the Church: Essays in Honour of Walter Hooper

      Christopher, J.R.  

       

       

       

       

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