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'''John Rateliff''' is a well known [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] scholar who has most recently published [[The History of The Hobbit]] ([[2007]]). He was also one of the authors of ''[[The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game]]'' ([[2002]]).
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'''John D. Rateliff''' (b. [[1958]]<ref>[http://sacnoths.blogspot.com/2011/11/tonight-im-in.html Tonight I'm in . . .] at [http://sacnoths.blogspot.com/ Sacnoth's Scriptorium], dated 5 November 2011 (accessed 6 November 2011)</ref>) is a [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] scholar, who became well-known when publishing ''[[The History of The Hobbit]]'' in [[2007]]. He received his Ph.D from the [[Marquette University]] with a dissertation on [[Wikipedia:Edward Plunkett, 18th Baron of Dunsany|Lord Dunsany]]. He lives in the [[Wikipedia:Seattle metropolitan area|Seattle area]] and works as a professional editor.<ref>''[[The History of The Hobbit|The History of The Hobbit: One-volume Edition]]'' (dustjacket information)</ref>
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==Bibliography==
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===Books===
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*[[1993]]: ''[[Tolkien Portraiture]]'' (as assistant)
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*[[2002]]: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game - Core Book]]'' (contributor)
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*[[2007]]: ''[[The History of The Hobbit]]''
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*[[2011]]: ''[[The History of The Hobbit|The History of The Hobbit: One-volume Edition]]''
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===Articles===
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* [[1980]]: [[Amon Hen 46|''Amon Hen'' 46]]
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** "Bakshi"
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* [[1981]]: [[Amon Hen 49|''Amon Hen'' 49]]
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** "Gothmog"
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* [[1981]]: [[Amon Hen 50|''Amon Hen'' 50]]
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** "Pipping Patch Answers"
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*[[1981]]: [[Mythlore|''Mythlore'' 8]]
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**"''She'' and Tolkien"
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*[[1986]]: [[Mythlore 45|''Mythlore'' 45]]
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**"'And Something Yet Remains to Be Said': Tolkien and Williams"
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*[[1988]]: [[Mallorn 25|''Mallorn'' 25]]
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**"Gríma the Wormtongue: Tolkien and His Sources"
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*[[1991]]: ''[[Leaves from the Tree]]''
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**"Early Versions of ''Farmer Giles of Ham''"
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*[[1993]]: [[Mallorn 30|''Mallorn'' 30]]
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** "''The Hobbit'' and Tolkien's Other Pre-war Writings" (with [[Christina Scull]])
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*[[2000]]: ''[[Tolkien's Legendarium]]''
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**"''The Lost Road, The Dark Tower,'' and ''The Notion Club Papers'': Tolkien and Lewis's Time Travel Triad"
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*[[2006]]: ''[[The Lord of the Rings 1954-2004]]''
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**"'And All the Days of Her Life Are Forgotten': The Lord of the Rings as Mythic Prehistory"
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*[[2010]]: [[Mallorn 49|''Mallorn'' 49]]
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** "How do we know what we know?"  (guest editorial)
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*[[2011]]: [[VII 27|''VII: An Anglo-American Literary Review'', Vol.27]]
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**"Woodland Prisoner" - by [[Clyde S. Kilby]] with introduction and annotations by John D. Rateliff
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* [[2011]]: [[Picturing Tolkien|''Picturing Tolkien: Essays on Peter Jackson's'' The Lord of the Rings ''Film Trilogy'']]
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** "Two Kinds of Absence: Elision and Exclusion in Peter Jackson's ''The Lord of the Rings''"
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* [[2011]]: ''[[Tolkien and the Study of His Sources]]''
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** "''She'' and Tolkien, Revisited"
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* [[2012]]: ''[[L'Arc et le Heaume|L'Arc et le Heaume: Tolkien 1892-2012]]'' (July 2012)
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** "Un Fragment, détaché: ''Bilbo le Hobbit'' et ''le Silmarillion''" (English version: "[http://www.tolkiendil.com/essais/tolkien_1892-2012/john_d_rateliff A Fragment, Detached: ''The Hobbit'' and ''The Silmarillion'']")
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==Awards==
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* [[2009]] - '''[[Mythopoeic Society|Mythopoeic Award]]''', Mythopoeic Scholarship Award for Inkling Studies, ''[[Mr. Baggins|The History of The Hobbit Part I: Mr. Baggins]]''
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==See also==
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* [[Interviews/John D. Rateliff (4-16-07)|Interview with John D. Rateliff on 16 April 2007]]
  
 
==External links==
 
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* '''[http://www.sacnothscriptorium.com/ Sacnoth's Scriptorium (official website)]'''
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* [http://middle-earth.xenite.org/2011/10/21/an-interview-with-john-rateliff/ An Interview with John Rateliff] at [http://middle-earth.xenite.org/ Middle-earth.Xenite.Org]
 
* [http://www.montecook.com/cgi-bin/page.cgi?int_dnd30_Rateliff A Talk With John D. Rateliff]
 
* [http://www.montecook.com/cgi-bin/page.cgi?int_dnd30_Rateliff A Talk With John D. Rateliff]
* [http://sacnoths.blogspot.com/ Sacnoth's Scriptorium (Official Blog)]
 
 
* [http://media.www.marquettetribune.org/media/storage/paper1130/news/2007/10/09/News/Middle.Earth.Meets.Marquette.Tolkien.Historian.Lectures.On.Campus-3016111.shtml Middle Earth meets Marquette: Tolkien historian lectures on campus]
 
* [http://media.www.marquettetribune.org/media/storage/paper1130/news/2007/10/09/News/Middle.Earth.Meets.Marquette.Tolkien.Historian.Lectures.On.Campus-3016111.shtml Middle Earth meets Marquette: Tolkien historian lectures on campus]
 
* [http://www.tolkien-online.com/john-rateliff-interview.html Interview with John Rateliff]
 
* [http://www.tolkien-online.com/john-rateliff-interview.html Interview with John Rateliff]
 
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Revision as of 18:39, 28 January 2013

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John D. Rateliff
Biographical information
Born1958
EducationPh.D. at Marquette University
OccupationAuthor, editor
LocationSeattle area
WebsiteSacnoth's Scriptorium

John D. Rateliff (b. 1958[1]) is a J.R.R. Tolkien scholar, who became well-known when publishing The History of The Hobbit in 2007. He received his Ph.D from the Marquette University with a dissertation on Lord Dunsany. He lives in the Seattle area and works as a professional editor.[2]

Contents

Bibliography

Books

Articles

Awards

See also

External links

References

  1. Tonight I'm in . . . at Sacnoth's Scriptorium, dated 5 November 2011 (accessed 6 November 2011)
  2. The History of The Hobbit: One-volume Edition (dustjacket information)