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Arne Zettersten

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'''Arne Zettersten''' ([[1934]]-) is a Swedish professor emeritus in English at the University of Copenhagen.  
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'''Arne Zettersten''' ([[1934]]-) is a Swedish professor emeritus. Before retirement, Zettersten was Head of Department and Professor in English at the University of Copenhagen.<ref>"Foreword", in ''Worlds of Words. A Tribute to Arne Zettersten. Nordic Journal of English Studies.'' Special Issue, Volume 3, No. 1 (2004; editor: Cay Dollerup).</ref>
  
 
In [[1965]], Zettersten presented his doctoral thesis on the [[AB language]], a medieval literary dialect first identified by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. And during the 1960s in [[Oxford]], Zettersten became a friend and colleague of Tolkien, as they both shared an interest in a certain collection of medieval manuscripts (the "[[Katherine Group]]"). Their contact continued throughout the last 13 years of Tolkien's life.
 
In [[1965]], Zettersten presented his doctoral thesis on the [[AB language]], a medieval literary dialect first identified by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. And during the 1960s in [[Oxford]], Zettersten became a friend and colleague of Tolkien, as they both shared an interest in a certain collection of medieval manuscripts (the "[[Katherine Group]]"). Their contact continued throughout the last 13 years of Tolkien's life.
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* [[2011]]: ''[[J.R.R. Tolkien's Double Worlds and Creative Process]]''
 
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Arne Zettersten
Biographical information
Born1934
OccupationAcademic, author

Arne Zettersten (1934-) is a Swedish professor emeritus. Before retirement, Zettersten was Head of Department and Professor in English at the University of Copenhagen.[1]

In 1965, Zettersten presented his doctoral thesis on the AB language, a medieval literary dialect first identified by J.R.R. Tolkien. And during the 1960s in Oxford, Zettersten became a friend and colleague of Tolkien, as they both shared an interest in a certain collection of medieval manuscripts (the "Katherine Group"). Their contact continued throughout the last 13 years of Tolkien's life.

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Bibliography

Selected bibliography of works concerned with J.R.R. Tolkien.

Articles

Books

References

  1. "Foreword", in Worlds of Words. A Tribute to Arne Zettersten. Nordic Journal of English Studies. Special Issue, Volume 3, No. 1 (2004; editor: Cay Dollerup).