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'''Magiske verdener: Fantasilitteraturen fra Gilgamesj til Richard Adams''' (''Magical Worlds: Fantasy Literature from Gilgamesh to Richard Adams'') is a Norwegian-language book. Scattered references to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] are found througout the book, containing a great number of comparisons beteween Tolkien and other writers. A short biography of Tolkien and a description of his main works is given in chapter 10: "De store mestere" ("The great masters"), pp. 81-89 (see pp. 81-84).<ref>[[Åke Bertenstam|Bertenstam, Åke]]: ''[http://www.forodrim.org/bibliography/tolklist.html A Chronological Bibliography of Books About Tolkien]''</ref>
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'''Magiske verdener: Fantasilitteraturen fra Gilgamesj til Richard Adams''' (''Magical Worlds: Fantasy Literature from Gilgamesh to Richard Adams'') is a Norwegian-language book. Scattered references to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] are found throughout the book, containing a great number of comparisons beteween Tolkien and other writers. A short biography of Tolkien and a description of his main works is given in chapter 10: "De store mestere" ("The great masters"), pp. 81-89 (see pp. 81-84).<ref>[[Åke Bertenstam|Bertenstam, Åke]]: ''[http://www.forodrim.org/bibliography/tolklist.html A Chronological Bibliography of Books About Tolkien]''</ref>
  
 
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Magiske verdener: Fantasilitteraturen fra Gilgamesj til Richard Adams
AuthorØyvind Myhre
PublisherOslo: Cappelen
Released1979
Pages143
ISBN82-02-04294-1

Magiske verdener: Fantasilitteraturen fra Gilgamesj til Richard Adams (Magical Worlds: Fantasy Literature from Gilgamesh to Richard Adams) is a Norwegian-language book. Scattered references to J.R.R. Tolkien are found throughout the book, containing a great number of comparisons beteween Tolkien and other writers. A short biography of Tolkien and a description of his main works is given in chapter 10: "De store mestere" ("The great masters"), pp. 81-89 (see pp. 81-84).[1]

References

  1. Bertenstam, Åke: A Chronological Bibliography of Books About Tolkien