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* "'Queer, exciting and debatable': Tolkien, and [ Shorthouse]'s ''[ John Inglesant]''"
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Mallorn 44
EditorLen Sanford
Cover artistPauline Baynes
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedAugust 2006
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Preceded byMallorn 43
Followed byMallorn 45

Mallorn 44 is the forty-fourth issue of the The Tolkien Society's annual (as it was then) journal Mallorn, published in August 2006.

Mallorn 44 was the last issue to be published under the more academic format before the journal was revamped by the new editor, Henry Gee; as a result of the change of editor and format, Mallorn 45 wasn't published until Spring 2008, over 18 months later.

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


  • Front Cover
  • About the Tolkien Society
  • Editorial
    • By: Len Sanford
  • Poetry: Jack-in-the-Green
    • By: Anon
  • Poetry: Not marching to the gates of Gondolin...
    • By: Poinsetta Took
  • "On Tom Bombadil: The function of Tom Bombadil"
    • By: Klaus Jensen and Ruairidh MacDonald
  • "'I have looked the last on that which is fairest': Elegy in Beowulf and Tolkien's Lothlorien"
    • By: Leigh Smith
  • "Aragorn: Tales of the heir of Isildur. Part 1 - the evolution of the man"
    • By: Håken Arvidsson
  • Inside Art
    • By: Lorenzo Daniele, John Ellison, Mary Goulbourn, Neil Loughran, Jeffrey MacLeod, Jef Murray, Bonnie E. Robinson, Jill Thwaites, and Kay Woollard
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