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Paul Bibire

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'''Paul Bibire''' is an author and former lecturer at the [[Wikipedia:University of St Andrews|University of St Andrews]] in Scotland and [[Wikipedia:Cambridge University|Cambridge University]]. His area is Anglo Saxon and Old Norse and he has written many articles on these and related subjects. Bibire is also a keen enthusiast of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] whom he credits as the motivation for his academic career.
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'''Paul Bibire''' is an author and former lecturer at the [[Wikipedia:University of St Andrews|University of St Andrews]] in Scotland and [[Wikipedia:Cambridge University|Cambridge University]]. His area is [[Old English|Anglo-Saxon]] and [[Old Norse]] and he has written many articles on these and related subjects. Bibire is also a keen enthusiast of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] whom he credits as the motivation for his academic career.
  
 
==Bibliography, selected==
 
==Bibliography, selected==
  
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*[[1993]]: ''[[Scholarship and Fantasy|Scholarship and Fantasy: Proceedings of the Tolkien Phenomenon, Turku, May 1992]]''
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**"Sægde seþe cuþe: J.R.R. Tolkien as an Anglo-Saxonist"
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**"By Stock or by Stone: Recurrent Imagery and Narrative Pattern in The Hobbit"
 
*[[1988]]: ''[[Tolkien and Romanticism]]''
 
*[[1988]]: ''[[Tolkien and Romanticism]]''
 
**"Servant of the Secret Fire"
 
**"Servant of the Secret Fire"
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*[[2001]]: [[Vinyar Tengwar 42|''Vinyar Tengwar'' 42]]
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**(contribution, with [[Christopher Tolkien]])
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*[[2003]]: ''[[British Writers: Classics, Volume II]]''
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**"J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
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==See also==
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*[[Paul Bibire 30 June 1969]] (letter)
  
 
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Revision as of 00:44, 3 January 2012

Paul Bibire is an author and former lecturer at the University of St Andrews in Scotland and Cambridge University. His area is Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse and he has written many articles on these and related subjects. Bibire is also a keen enthusiast of J.R.R. Tolkien whom he credits as the motivation for his academic career.

Bibliography, selected

See also