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Mallorn 41
EditorLen Sanford
Cover artistPauline Baynes
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedJuly 2003
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Pages53
ISSN0306-6674
Preceded byMallorn 40
Followed byMallorn 42

Mallorn 41 is the forty-first issue of the The Tolkien Society's annual (as it was then) journal Mallorn, published in July 2003.

Reprinted by kind permission of The Tolkien Society and the named cover artists - all rights reserved.

Contents

  • The Lost Heart of the Little Kingdom
  • Tolkien's Middle-earth and the Catholic Imagination
    • By: Christopher Garbowski
  • From Fëanor to Doctor Faustus: a creator's path to self destruction
  • Cut-out-and-keep Hobbit family trees, The History of Aragorn and Arwen
    • By: David Vale
  • Reviews of Peter Jackson's The Two Towers
  • The Common Speech and its speakers
    • By: Nikolas Koravos
  • Poetry: The Stairs at Cirith Ungol, The Light of Eärendil
    • By: Keith McFarlane
  • Coinage in Middle-earth
    • By: Kenneth Fraser
  • Rewriting the past — the pillars of Middle-earth
    • By: Andreas Gloge
  • About the authors
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