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'''''Mythlore'' 109/110''' is an issue of the ''[[Mythlore]]'' journal (Volume 28, Issue 3/4; 2010 Spring/Summer), published by the [[Mythopoeic Society]].
'''Mythlore 109/110''' is an issue of the ''[[Mythlore]]'' journal (Volume 28, Issue 3/4; 2010 Spring/Summer), published by the [[Mythopoeic Society]].
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*Rethinking Shylock's Tragedy: Radford's Critique of Anti-Semitism in The Merchant of Venice ''(Frank P. Riga)''
 
*Rethinking Shylock's Tragedy: Radford's Critique of Anti-Semitism in The Merchant of Venice ''(Frank P. Riga)''
 
*Totemic Reflexes in Tolkien's Middle-earth ''(Yvette Kisor)''
 
*Totemic Reflexes in Tolkien's Middle-earth ''(Yvette Kisor)''
*The Voice of Saruman: Wizards and Rhetoric in The Two Towers ''(Jay Ruud)''
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*The Voice of Saruman: Wizards and Rhetoric in The Two Towers ''([[Jay Ruud]])''
 
*The Shire Quest: The 'Scouring of the Shire' as the Narrative and Thematic Focus of The Lord of the Rings ''(David M. Waito)''
 
*The Shire Quest: The 'Scouring of the Shire' as the Narrative and Thematic Focus of The Lord of the Rings ''(David M. Waito)''
 
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Mythlore 109/110
Editor: Janet Brennan Croft
Publication information:
Publisher: Mythopoeic Society
Released: 2010
Pages: 208

Mythlore 109/110 is an issue of the Mythlore journal (Volume 28, Issue 3/4; 2010 Spring/Summer), published by the Mythopoeic Society.

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  • J.R.R. Tolkien's "Leaf by Niggle": An Allegory in Transformation (Marie Nelson)
  • Phantastical Regress: The Return of Desire and Deed in Phantastes and The Pilgrim's Regress (Jeffrey Bilbro)
  • The Marriage of Heaven and Hell? Philip Pullman, C.S. Lewis, and the Fantasy Tradition (Marek Oziewicz and Daniel Hade)
  • C.S. Lewis's "The Meteorite" and the Importance of Context (Joe R. Christopher)
  • Fairy and Elves in Tolkien and Traditional Literature (Helios de Rosario Martínez)
  • "Dwarves are Not Heroes": Antisemitism and the Dwarves in J.R.R. Tolkien's Writing (Rebecca Brackmann)
  • Rethinking Shylock's Tragedy: Radford's Critique of Anti-Semitism in The Merchant of Venice (Frank P. Riga)
  • Totemic Reflexes in Tolkien's Middle-earth (Yvette Kisor)
  • The Voice of Saruman: Wizards and Rhetoric in The Two Towers (Jay Ruud)
  • The Shire Quest: The 'Scouring of the Shire' as the Narrative and Thematic Focus of The Lord of the Rings (David M. Waito)
  • Reviews
    • Where the Shadows Lie: A Jungian Interpretation of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, by Pia Skogemann
    • Finding Oz: How L. Frank Baum Discovered the Great American Story, by Evan I. Schwartz
    • Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman, edited by Don W. King
    • Collected Poems, by Mervyn Peake
    • C.S. Lewis on the Final Frontier: Science and the Supernatural in the Space Trilogy, by Sanford Schwartz
    • Death and Fantasy: Essays on Philip Pullman, C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, and R.L. Stevenson, by William Gray
    • Stephen R. Donaldson and the Modern Epic Vision by Christine Barkley
    • The Fantastic Horizon: Essays and Reviews, by Darrell Schweitzer
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