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'''''Mallorn'' 47''' is the forty-seventh issue of the [[The Tolkien Society]]'s biannual journal ''[[Mallorn (journal)|Mallorn]]'', published in Spring [[2009]].
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'''Mallorn 47''' is the forty-seventh issue of the [[The Tolkien Society]]'s biannual journal ''[[Mallorn (journal)|Mallorn]]'', published in Spring [[2009]].
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''Reprinted by kind permission of The Tolkien Society and the named cover artists - all rights reserved.''
 
 
==Contents==
 
==Contents==
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* '''Cover Art'''
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** By: Becky Hitchin
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* '''Editorial'''
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** "The ode goes ever on"
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*** By: [[Henry Gee]]
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* '''Letters'''
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* '''Reviews'''
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** "The shores of Faery, revisited": ''[[Tolkien On Fairy-stories|On Fairy Stories]]''
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*** By: [[David Doughan]]
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** "The memetics of culture": ''How Tradition Works'' by [[Michael D.C. Drout]]
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*** By: Johanna Kershaw
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** "Fear and loathing in Middle-earth": ''The Mirror Crack'd'' edited by Lynn Forest-Hill
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*** By: Joel Franz
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** "Ringing ever onwards": ''[[The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference|Proceedings of the 2005 Tolkien Conference]]''
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*** By: [[Colin Duriez]]
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** "Echoes of strange music": ''The Darkling and the Lady'' by Christine Davidson
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*** By: Lynn Forest-Hill
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** "Away with the fairies": ''[[Tolkien, Race and Cultural History]]'' by [[Dimitra Fimi]]
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*** By: [[Henry Gee]]
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* '''Commentary'''
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** "The ogre in the dungeon"
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*** By: [[Alex Lewis]]
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** "The curious case of [[Denethor]] and the ''[[Palantír]]''"
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*** By: Jessica Yates
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** "The realm of [[Faerie|Faërie]], and the shadow of Homer in Narnia and [[Middle-earth]]"
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*** By: Louis Markos
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** "Real and imaginary history in ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]''"
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*** By: Franco Manni
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** "[[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]'s further indebtedness to Haggard"
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*** By: Dale Nelson
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* '''Poetry'''
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** ''The Passing of the People of Peace''
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*** By: Julie Sinclair
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** ''[[Neldoreth]] Revisited''
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*** By: Carol Brownlow
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** ''The Forest''
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*** By: Carol Brownlow
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* '''Fiction'''
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** ''The importance of beans and turnips''
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*** By: rpg
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** ''An afternoon at the seaside''
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*** By: Lynn Forest-Hill
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* '''Well, I'm Back'''
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** "[[Dragons|Dragon]] meat for dinner"
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*** By: Zack Cramer
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* '''Back Cover'''
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**  By: Lorenzo Daniele
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* '''Inside Art'''
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** By: Davide Cattaneo, Lorenzo Daniele and Sue Wookey
  
 
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Mallorn 47
Mallorn47.jpg
EditorHenry Gee
Cover artistBecky Hitchin
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedSpring 2009
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Pages52
ISSN0306-6674
Preceded byMallorn 46
Followed byMallorn 48

Mallorn 47 is the forty-seventh issue of the The Tolkien Society's biannual journal Mallorn, published in Spring 2009.

[edit] Contents

  • Cover Art
    • By: Becky Hitchin
  • Editorial
  • Letters
  • Reviews
  • Commentary
  • Poetry
    • The Passing of the People of Peace
      • By: Julie Sinclair
    • Neldoreth Revisited
      • By: Carol Brownlow
    • The Forest
      • By: Carol Brownlow
  • Fiction
    • The importance of beans and turnips
      • By: rpg
    • An afternoon at the seaside
      • By: Lynn Forest-Hill
  • Well, I'm Back
    • "Dragon meat for dinner"
      • By: Zack Cramer
  • Back Cover
    • By: Lorenzo Daniele
  • Inside Art
    • By: Davide Cattaneo, Lorenzo Daniele and Sue Wookey
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