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'''Anne C. Petty''', Ph.D., is a Tolkien scholar specializing in Mythology and Finnish folkore. She is also an author, and has written several books and articles on Tolkien. Petty is a regular speaker at conventions like Dragon*Con and [[The One Ring Celebration]].  
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'''Anne C. Petty''' (? — [[21 July]] [[2013]]<ref>{{webcite|author=Jessica Burke, Anthony Burdge|articleurl=http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mythsoc/message/24549|articlename=Passing of a MythSoc Award Finalist|dated=22 July 2013|website=Mythsoc|accessed=22 July 2013}}</ref>), Ph.D., was a [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]] scholar specializing in Mythology and Finnish folkore. She was also an author, and wrote several books and articles on Tolkien. Petty was a regular speaker at conventions like Dragon*Con and [[The One Ring Celebration]].  
  
 
==Bibliography==
 
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* [[2009]]: ''Good Dragons are Rare – An Inquiry into Literary Dragons East and West'' (edited by [[Thomas M. Honegger]] and Fanfan Chen)
 
* [[2009]]: ''Good Dragons are Rare – An Inquiry into Literary Dragons East and West'' (edited by [[Thomas M. Honegger]] and Fanfan Chen)
 
** "J.R.R. Tolkien's Dragons: The Evolution of Glaurung and Smaug"
 
** "J.R.R. Tolkien's Dragons: The Evolution of Glaurung and Smaug"
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* [[2011]]: ''[[Light Beyond All Shadow|Light Beyond All Shadow: Religious Experience in Tolkien's Work]]''
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**"Reflections of Christendom in the Mythopoeic Iconography of Middle-Earth"
  
 
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* [http://www.herenistarion.org/parmanole/PettyInterview.html Interview] at [[North East Tolkien Society|Heren Istarion]]
 
* [http://www.herenistarion.org/parmanole/PettyInterview.html Interview] at [[North East Tolkien Society|Heren Istarion]]
  
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Anne C. Petty
Biographical information
Died21 July 2013
EducationFlorida State University, Ph.D. in English
OccupationScholar, author
LocationFlorida Gulf Coast
WebsiteAnnePetty.com

Anne C. Petty (? — 21 July 2013[1]), Ph.D., was a Tolkien scholar specializing in Mythology and Finnish folkore. She was also an author, and wrote several books and articles on Tolkien. Petty was a regular speaker at conventions like Dragon*Con and The One Ring Celebration.

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References

  1. Jessica Burke, Anthony Burdge, "Passing of a MythSoc Award Finalist" dated 22 July 2013, Mailing list for the Mythopoeic Society (accessed 22 July 2013)