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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.

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  • Cover Art
    • [untitled]
      • By: Lorenzo Daniele
  • Editorial
  • 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'"
    • "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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