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Mallorn 46
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EditorHenry Gee
Cover artistRuth Lacon
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedAutumn 2008
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Pages52
ISSN0306-6674
Preceded byMallorn 45
Followed byMallorn 47

Mallorn 46 is the forty-sixth issue of the The Tolkien Society's biannual journal Mallorn, published in Autumn 2008.

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

Contents

Contents (copied exactly from Mallorn)

Cover Art: Ruth Lacon; Back Cover: Lorenzo Daniele; Insider Pages: John Gilbey (pp 2, 26, 27, 51), Jef Murray (pp 12, 14, 22, 40, 42), Bonnie Robinson (p 10)

4. Guest Editorial: Tanith Lee approaches The Lord of the Rings.

5. Letters to the Editor: Patti Benson responds to Chad Chrisholm's article on Frodo's choices in Mallorn 45; Murray Smith remembers Arthur C. Clarke, who died earlier this year; and Ruth Lacon considers Tom Shippey's editorial in Mallorn 45 on the frontiers of ignorance.

8. Reviews: Rebecca Addy on Douglas Alexander's Tales Before Narnia and Tales Before Tolkien; Charles Noad on Ratcliff's History of the Hobbit; and Carol Brownlow on The Ring of Words by Gilliver et al..

15. Commentary: Maggie Burns on The Battle of the Eastern Field; J.R.R. Tolkien, The Battle of the Eastern Field; Murray Smith on Roman Law in the Shire; Dimitra Fini on teaching and studying Tolkien; Frank Wilson on Lewis' Perelandra and Lidsay's Voyage to Arcturus, and Maria Rafaella Benvenuto on Tolkien's mountains.

38. Fiction: Solstice by John Gilby; In The Shadow of the Dragon's Wing by Jeff Crook; and Calinen by Tanith Lee.

50: Well, I'm Back: David Doughan on the Fauna of Mordor.

Another version

  • Cover Art
  • Guest Editorial
    • Thoughts on Tolkien
      • Tanith Lee
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Reviews
    • Telling Tales
      • Rebecca Addy
    • Of Baggins, Bladorthin and Pryftan
      • Charles Noad
    • 'W' if for 'Words'
      • Carol Brownlow
  • Commentary
    • The Battle of the Eastern Field
      • Maggie Burns
    • The Battle of the Eastern Field
      • J.R.R. Tolkien
    • Roman Law in the Shire
      • Murray Smith
    • Teaching and Studying Tolkien
      • Dimitra Fini
    • A Dialogue of Worlds
      • Frank Wilson
    • Strange Visions of Mountains - The Mountane Motif in Tolkien's Fiction
      • Maria Rafaella Benvenuto
  • Fiction
    • Solstice
      • John Gilbey
    • In the Shadow of the Dragon's Wing
      • Jeff Crook
    • Calinnen
      • Tanith Lee
  • Well, I'm Back
    • Tibbles, Fauna of Mordor
      • David Doughan
  • Back Cover
    • Lorenzo Daniele

And Another (in the style of Amon Hen)

  • Cover Art
  • Guest Editorial: Thoughts on Tolkien
    • By: Tanith Lee
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Review: Tales Before Narnia and Tales Before Tolkien
    • By: Rebecca Addy
  • Review: History of the Hobbit
    • By: Charles Noad
  • Review: The Ring of Words
    • By: Carol Brownlow
  • Commentary: The Battle of the Eastern Field
    • By: Maggie Burns
  • Poem: The Battle of the Eastern Field
    • By: J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Commentary: Roman Law in the Shire
    • By: Murray Smith
  • Commentary: Teaching and Studying Tolkien
    • By: Dimitra Fini
  • Commentary: A Dialogue of Worlds
    • By: Frank Wilson
  • Commentary: Strange Visions of Mountains - The Mountane Motif in Tolkien's Fiction
    • By: Maria Rafaella Benvenuto
  • Fiction: Solstice
    • By: John Gilbey
  • Fiction: In the Shadow of the Dragon's Wing
    • By: Jeff Crook
  • Fiction: Calinnen
    • By: Tanith Lee
  • Well, I'm Back: Tibbles, Fauna of Mordor
    • By: David Doughan
  • Back Cover
    • By: Lorenzo Daniele
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