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Re: [mythsoc] Tolkien and Musical Parody

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  • "Beregond, Anders Stenström"
    ... In _The Chesterton Review_ Vol.XXVIII, Nos.1&2, there is an article by Clive Tolley, Tolkien s Essay on Man : A Look at _Mythopeia_ , about Tolkien in
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 9, 2013
      Ellen wrote:
      > Yes--I was talking about Tolkien writing poems to pre-existing tunes, as
      > well as Tolkien using musical parody in its other senses, e.g., writing
      > a poem in the same metrical rhythm of or in imitation of another poem

      In _The Chesterton Review_ Vol.XXVIII, Nos.1&2, there is an
      article by Clive Tolley, "Tolkien's 'Essay on Man': A Look at
      _Mythopeia_", about Tolkien in his poem "Mythopoeia" using the form
      of Alexander Pope's "Essay on Man" and "Essay on Criticism".
      (There is currently a used copy on Amazon.com.)

      Chivalrously,

      Beregond
    • Ellen
      Thanks, Beregond--this is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for! Ellen Denham ... Thanks, Beregond --this is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for!
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 10, 2013
        Thanks, Beregond--this is exactly the sort of thing I was looking for!

        Ellen Denham

        On 2/9/13 2:07 PM, "Beregond, Anders Stenström" wrote:
         

        Ellen wrote:
        > Yes--I was talking about Tolkien writing poems to pre-existing tunes, as
        > well as Tolkien using musical parody in its other senses, e.g., writing
        > a poem in the same metrical rhythm of or in imitation of another poem

        In _The Chesterton Review_ Vol.XXVIII, Nos.1&2, there is an
        article by Clive Tolley, "Tolkien's 'Essay on Man': A Look at
        _Mythopeia_", about Tolkien in his poem "Mythopoeia" using the form
        of Alexander Pope's "Essay on Man" and "Essay on Criticism".
        (There is currently a used copy on Amazon.com.)

        Chivalrously,

        Beregond


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