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Mallorn 50

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Mallorn 50
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EditorHenry Gee
Cover artistLorenzo Daniele
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedAutumn 2010
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Pages52
ISSN0306-6674
Preceded byMallorn 49
Followed byMallorn 51

Mallorn 50 is the fiftieth issue of the The Tolkien Society's biannual journal Mallorn, published in Autumn 2010.

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

Contents

  • Cover Art
    • [untitled]
      • By: Lorenzo Daniele
  • Editorial
    • "Envisaging the future"
      • By: Marcel Bülles
  • Letters
  • Reviews
    • "The truth about elves": Elves in Anglo-Saxon England: Matters of Belief, Health, Gender and Identity
      • By: Lynn Forest-Hill
    • "An inspector calls": The Inheritance
      • By: Mike Foster
    • "Flights of fantasy": Up
      • By: Chad Chisholm
    • "Between discoveries ad emotions": Tolkien and Philosophy
      • By: Roberto Arduini & Claudio Testi
  • Commentary
    • "The Tolkien Society - the early days"
    • "'... A local habitation and a name'"
      • By: Maggie Burns
    • "The magic of fantasy: the traditional, the original and the wonderful"
      • By: Simon Barrow
    • "The wizard and the rhetor: rhetoric and the ethos of Middle-earth in The Hobbit"
      • By: Chad Chisholm
    • "Arwen and Edward: redemption and the fairy bride/groom in the literary fairytale"
      • By: Vanessa Phillips-Zur-Linden
  • Interview
  • Poetry
    • "The Long Watch"
      • By: Lynn Forest-Hill
    • "The Path to the Sea"
      • By: Anne Forbes
    • "The End of the Summer"
      • By: Anne Forbes
    • "Tuor and Ulmo"
      • By: Teresa Kirkpatrick
  • Fiction
    • "Blasphemy"
      • By: Julia Fenton
  • Well, I'm back
    • "Thror's map: decoration or examination?"
      • By: Paul H. Vigor
  • Inside Art
    • By: Phyllis Berka, Lorenzo Daniele, John Gibley, Tessa Kirkpatrick, Ruth Lacon, Jef Murray and Colin Williams
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