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|Mythlore 10, Volume 3, Issue 2: The J.R.R. Tolkien Memorial Issue|
|Editor: Glen GoodKnight|
|Publisher: Mythopoeic Society|
|Format: Paperback magazine|
Glen GoodKnight's article "Death and the Desire for Deathlessness: The Counsel of Elrond" contains a letter dated 17 November 1957 to Dr. Herbert Schiro (p. 19), in which J.R.R. Tolkien discusses allegory in The Lord of the Rings and argues that is about death and deathlessness, not power and dominion.
- Glover, Willis B. “The Christian Character of Tolkien’s Invented World.” 3-8.
- In Tribute: “What J.R.R. Tolkien Means to Some of His Admirers.” 10+.
- Basney, Lionel. “The Place of Myth in a Mythical Land: Two Notes (Converging).” 15-17.
- Bisenicks, Dainis. “Power and Poetry in Middle-earth.” 20-24.
- Christopher, Joe R. “A Note on an Unpublished (and Probably Unwritten) Collaboration.” 29.
- Services in Oxford and Los Angeles. 30.
- GoodKnight, Glen. The Counsel of Elrond: “Death and the Desire for Deathlessness.” 19.
- Patterson, Nancy-Lou. “The Tree of Tales Grows Ever Green.” Review of Master of Middle Earth: The Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien by Paul H. Kocher. 25-26.
- Covey, Winton. “Der Herr Der Ringe.” Review of Der Herr der Ringe, translated by Margaret Carroux. 27.
- Meskys, Ed. The Green Dragon. 28.
- Missives to Mythlore. 31.