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'''''Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference''''' is a book which contains the majority of the material presented at the [[J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]].
  
 
==Contents==
 
==Contents==
 
====Section 1: Recollection and Remembrance====
 
====Section 1: Recollection and Remembrance====
* [[Vera Chapman]], Reminiscences: Oxford in 1920, Meeting Tolkien and Becoming an Author at 77
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* [[Vera Chapman]]: "Reminiscences: Oxford in 1920, Meeting Tolkien and Becoming an Author at 77"
* Glen H. GoodKnight, Tolkien Centenary Banquet Address
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* [[Glen H. Goodknight]]: "Tolkien Centenary Banquet Address"
* Fr. Robert Murray, Sermon at Thanksgiving Service, Keble College Chapel, 23rd August 1992
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* [[Robert Murray]]: "Sermon at Thanksgiving Service, Keble College Chapel, 23rd August 1992"
* George Sayer, Recollections of J.R.R. Tolkien
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* [[George Sayer]]: "Recollections of J.R.R. Tolkien"
* [[Rayner Unwin]], Publishing Tolkien
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* [[Rayner Unwin]]: "Publishing Tolkien"
  
 
====Section 2: Sources and Influences====
 
====Section 2: Sources and Influences====
* [[Nils Ivar Agøy]], Quid Hinieldus cum Christo? - New Perspectives on Tolkien's Theological Dilemma and his Sub-Creation Theory
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* [[Nils Ivar Agøy]]: "Quid Hinieldus cum Christo? - New Perspectives on Tolkien's Theological Dilemma and his Sub-Creation Theory"
* [[Verlyn Flieger]], Tolkien's Experiment with Time: The Lost Road, "The Notion Club Papers" and J.W.Dunne
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* [[Verlyn Flieger]]: "Tolkien's Experiment with Time: The Lost Road, The Notion Club Papers and J.W.Dunne"
* Deirdre Greene, Higher Argument: Tolkien and the tradition of Vision, Epic and Prophecy
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* Deirdre Greene: "Higher Argument: Tolkien and the tradition of Vision, Epic and Prophecy"
* Virginia Luling, An Anthropologist in Middle-earth
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* Virginia Luling: "An Anthropologist in Middle-earth"
* Charles E. Noad, Frodo and his Spectre: Blakean Resonances in Tolkien
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* [[Charles E. Noad]]: "Frodo and his Spectre: Blakean Resonances in Tolkien"
* Gloriana St. Clair, An Overview ofthe Northern Influences on Tolkien's Works
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* Gloriana St. Clair: "An Overview of the Northern Influences on Tolkien's Works"
* Gloriana St. Clair, Volsunga Saga and Narn: Some Analogies
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* Gloriana St. Clair: "Volsunga Saga and Narn: Some Analogies"
* Chris Seeman, Tolkien's Revision ofthe Romantic Tradition
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* [[Chris Seeman]]: "Tolkien's Revision of the Romantic Tradition"
* [[Tom Shippey]], Tolkien as a Post-War Writer
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* [[Tom Shippey]]: "Tolkien as a Post-War Writer"
* Norman Talbot, Where do Elves go to? Tolkien and a Fantasy Tradition
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* Norman Talbot: "Where do Elves go to? Tolkien and a Fantasy Tradition"
  
 
====Section 3: The Lord ofthe Rings====
 
====Section 3: The Lord ofthe Rings====
* Marjorie Burns, Eating, Devouring, Sacrifice and Ultimate Just Desserts
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* [[Marjorie Burns]]: "Eating, Devouring, Sacrifice and Ultimate Just Desserts"
* Jane Chance, Power and Knowledge in Tolkien: The Problem of Difference in "The Birthday Party"
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* [[Jane Chance]]: "Power and Knowledge in Tolkien: The Problem of Difference in 'The Birthday Party'"
* Joe R. Christopher, The Moral Epiphanies in The Lord of the Rings
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* Joe R. Christopher: "The Moral Epiphanies in ''The Lord of the Rings''"
* Patrick Curry, "Less Noise and More Green": Tolkien's Ideology for England
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* [[Patrick Curry]]: "'Less Noise and More Green': Tolkien's Ideology for England"
* Gwenyth Hood, The Earthly Paradise in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
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* Gwenyth Hood: "The Earthly Paradise in Tolkien's ''The Lord of the Rings''"
* Gloriana St. Clair, Tolkien as Reviser: A Case Study
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* Gloriana St. Clair: "Tolkien as Reviser: A Case Study"
* [[Christina Scull]], Open Minds, Closed Minds in The Lord of the Rings
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* [[Christina Scull]]: "Open Minds, Closed Minds in ''The Lord of the Rings''"
  
 
====Section 4: The Silmarillion====
 
====Section 4: The Silmarillion====
* [[Alex Lewis]], Historical Bias in the Making of The Silmarillion
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* [[Alex Lewis]]: "Historical Bias in the Making of ''The Silmarillion''"
* Eric Schweicher, Aspects of the Fall in The Silmarillion
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* Eric Schweicher: "Aspects of the Fall in ''The Silmarillion''"
  
 
====Section 5: Linguistics and Lexicography====
 
====Section 5: Linguistics and Lexicography====
* Peter M. Gilliver, At the Wordface: J.R.R. Tolkien's Work on the Oxford English Dictionary
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* [[Peter Gilliver|Peter M. Gilliver]]: "At the Wordface: J.R.R. Tolkien's Work on the Oxford English Dictionary"
* Christopher Gilson and Patrick Wynne, The Growth of Grammar in the Elven Tongues
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* [[Christopher Gilson]] and [[Patrick H. Wynne]]: "The Growth of Grammar in the Elven Tongues"
* Deirdre Greene, Tolkien's Dictionary Poetics: The Influence ofthe OED's Defining Style on Tolkien's Fiction
+
* Deirdre Greene: "Tolkien's Dictionary Poetics: The Influence of the OED's Defining Style on Tolkien's Fiction"
* Natalia Grigorieva, Problems of Translating into Russian
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* Natalia Grigorieva: "Problems of Translating into Russian"
* Bruce Mitchell, J.R.R. Tolkien and Old English Studies: An Appreciation
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* Bruce Mitchell: "J.R.R. Tolkien and Old English Studies: An Appreciation"
* [[Tom Shippey]], Tolkien and the Gawain-poet
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* [[Tom Shippey]]: "Tolkien and the Gawain-poet"
  
 
====Section 6: Response and Reaction====
 
====Section 6: Response and Reaction====
* Vladimir Grushetskiy, How Russians See Tolkien
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* Vladimir Grushetskiy: "How Russians See Tolkien"
* [[Wayne G. Hammond]], The Critical Response to Tolkien's Fiction
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* [[Wayne G. Hammond]]: "The Critical Response to Tolkien's Fiction"
* Jessica Yates, Tolkien the Anti-totalitarian
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* Jessica Yates: "Tolkien the Anti-totalitarian"
  
 
====Section 7: Tolkien Studies====
 
====Section 7: Tolkien Studies====
* [[Helen Armstrong]], Good Guys, Bad Guys, Fantasy and Reality
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* [[Helen Armstrong]]: "Good Guys, Bad Guys, Fantasy and Reality"
* Christine Barkley, The Realm of Fa&eumlrie
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* Christine Barkley: "The Realm of Faërie"
* Christine Barkley, Point of View in Tolkien
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* Christine Barkley: "Point of View in Tolkien"
* Joe R. Christopher, J.R.R. Tolkien and the Clerihew
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* Joe R. Christopher: "J.R.R. Tolkien and the Clerihew"
* Edith L. Crowe, Power in Arda: Sources, Uses and Misuses
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* Edith L. Crowe: "Power in Arda: Sources, Uses and Misuses"
* Chris Hopkins, Tolkien and Englishness
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* Chris Hopkins: "Tolkien and Englishness"
* [[Carl F. Hostetter]] and Arden R. Smith, A Mythology for England
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* [[Carl F. Hostetter]] and [[Arden R. Smith]]: "A Mythology for England"
* Nancy Martsch, A Tolkien Chronology
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* [[Nancy Martsch]]: "A Tolkien Chronology"
* Tadeusz Andrzej Olszanski, Evil and the Evil One in Tolkien's Theology
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* Tadeusz Andrzej Olszanski: "Evil and the Evil One in Tolkien's Theology"
* René van Rossenberg, Tolkien's Exceptional Visit to Holland: A Reconstruction
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* [[René van Rossenberg]]: "Tolkien's Exceptional Visit to Holland: A Reconstruction"
* Anders Stenström, A Mythology? For England?
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* [[Anders Stenström]]: "A Mythology? For England?"
* Dwayne Thorpe, Tolkien's Elvish Craft
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* Dwayne Thorpe: "Tolkien's Elvish Craft"
  
 
====Section 8: Middle-earth Studies====
 
====Section 8: Middle-earth Studies====
* Jenny Coombs and Marc Read, A Physics of Middle-earth
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* Jenny Coombs and Marc Read: "A Physics of Middle-earth"
* David A. Funk, Explorations into the Psyche of Dwarves
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* David A. Funk: "Explorations into the Psyche of Dwarves"
* William Antony Swithin Sarjeant, The Geology of Middle-earth
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* William Antony Swithin Sarjeant: "The Geology of Middle-earth"
* Lester E. Simons, Writing and Allied Technologies in Middle-earth
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* [[Lester E. Simons]]: "Writing and Allied Technologies in Middle-earth"
  
 
====Section 9: The Inklings====
 
====Section 9: The Inklings====
* Charles A. Coulombe, Hermetic Imngination: The Effect of The Golden Dawn on Fanlasy Literature
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* Charles A. Coulombe: "Hermetic Imngination: The Effect of The Golden Dawn on Fantasy Literature"
* David Doughan, Tolkien, Sayers, Sex and Gender
+
* [[David Doughan]]: "Tolkien, Sayers, Sex and Gender"
* [[Colin Duriez]], Tolkien and the Other Inklings
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* [[Colin Duriez]]: "Tolkien and the Other Inklings"
* Lisa Hopkins, Female Authority Figures in the Works of Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams
+
* Lisa Hopkins: "Female Authority Figures in the Works of Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams"
* Diana Lynne Pavlac, More than a Bandersnatch: Tolkien as a Collaborative Writer
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* [[Diana Glyer|Diana Lynne Pavlac]]: "More than a Bandersnatch: Tolkien as a Collaborative Writer"
* Stephen Yandell, "A Pattern Which Our Nature Cries Out For": The Medieval Tradition of the Ordered Four in the Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien
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* Stephen Yandell: "'A Pattern Which Our Nature Cries Out For': The Medieval Tradition of the Ordered Four in the Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien"
* Section 10: Flights of Fancy
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* John Ellison, Baggins Remembered
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* Hubert Sawa, Short History of the Territorial Development of the Dwarves' Kingdoms in the Second and Third Ages Of Middle-earth
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* Angela Surtees and Steve Gardner, The Mechanics of Dragons.. An Introduction to * The Study of their 'Ologies
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====Section II: Other Writers====
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===Section 10: Flights of Fancy===
* Madawc Williams, Tales of Wonder - Science Fiction and Fantasy in the Age of Jane Austen
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* [[John Ellison]]: "Baggins Remembered"
* J.R. Wytenbroek, Natural Mysticism in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows
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* Hubert Sawa: "Short History of the Territorial Development of the Dwarves' Kingdoms in the Second and Third Ages Of Middle-earth"
* J.R. Wytenbroek, Cetacean Consciousness in Katz's Whalesinger and L'Engle's A Ring of Endless Light
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* Angela Surtees and Steve Gardner: "The Mechanics of Dragons... An Introduction to ''The Study of their 'Ologies''"
====Index====
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===Section 11: Other Writers===
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* Madawc Williams: "Tales of Wonder - Science Fiction and Fantasy in the Age of Jane Austen"
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* J.R. Wytenbroek: "Natural Mysticism in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows"
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* J.R. Wytenbroek: "Cetacean Consciousness in Katz's Whalesinger and L'Engle's A Ring of Endless Light"
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===Index===
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]
 
* [[J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]
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* ''[[The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference]]''
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.mythsoc.org/tolkcon.html Official website]
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* [http://www.mythsoc.org/tolkcon.html Official website] ([[Mythopoeic Society]])
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Latest revision as of 21:56, 29 December 2012

Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference
Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference.jpg
EditorPatricia Reynolds and
Glen H. GoodKnight
PublisherThe Tolkien Society (UK)
Mythopoeic Press (US)
Released1 January 1995
FormatPaperback
Pages458
ISBN1887726047
SeriesMallorn
Mythlore
Preceded byMallorn 32
Mythlore 79
Followed byMallorn 34
Mythlore 81

Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference is a book which contains the majority of the material presented at the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference.

Contents

[edit] Contents

[edit] Section 1: Recollection and Remembrance

[edit] Section 2: Sources and Influences

  • Nils Ivar Agøy: "Quid Hinieldus cum Christo? - New Perspectives on Tolkien's Theological Dilemma and his Sub-Creation Theory"
  • Verlyn Flieger: "Tolkien's Experiment with Time: The Lost Road, The Notion Club Papers and J.W.Dunne"
  • Deirdre Greene: "Higher Argument: Tolkien and the tradition of Vision, Epic and Prophecy"
  • Virginia Luling: "An Anthropologist in Middle-earth"
  • Charles E. Noad: "Frodo and his Spectre: Blakean Resonances in Tolkien"
  • Gloriana St. Clair: "An Overview of the Northern Influences on Tolkien's Works"
  • Gloriana St. Clair: "Volsunga Saga and Narn: Some Analogies"
  • Chris Seeman: "Tolkien's Revision of the Romantic Tradition"
  • Tom Shippey: "Tolkien as a Post-War Writer"
  • Norman Talbot: "Where do Elves go to? Tolkien and a Fantasy Tradition"

[edit] Section 3: The Lord ofthe Rings

  • Marjorie Burns: "Eating, Devouring, Sacrifice and Ultimate Just Desserts"
  • Jane Chance: "Power and Knowledge in Tolkien: The Problem of Difference in 'The Birthday Party'"
  • Joe R. Christopher: "The Moral Epiphanies in The Lord of the Rings"
  • Patrick Curry: "'Less Noise and More Green': Tolkien's Ideology for England"
  • Gwenyth Hood: "The Earthly Paradise in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
  • Gloriana St. Clair: "Tolkien as Reviser: A Case Study"
  • Christina Scull: "Open Minds, Closed Minds in The Lord of the Rings"

[edit] Section 4: The Silmarillion

  • Alex Lewis: "Historical Bias in the Making of The Silmarillion"
  • Eric Schweicher: "Aspects of the Fall in The Silmarillion"

[edit] Section 5: Linguistics and Lexicography

  • Peter M. Gilliver: "At the Wordface: J.R.R. Tolkien's Work on the Oxford English Dictionary"
  • Christopher Gilson and Patrick H. Wynne: "The Growth of Grammar in the Elven Tongues"
  • Deirdre Greene: "Tolkien's Dictionary Poetics: The Influence of the OED's Defining Style on Tolkien's Fiction"
  • Natalia Grigorieva: "Problems of Translating into Russian"
  • Bruce Mitchell: "J.R.R. Tolkien and Old English Studies: An Appreciation"
  • Tom Shippey: "Tolkien and the Gawain-poet"

[edit] Section 6: Response and Reaction

  • Vladimir Grushetskiy: "How Russians See Tolkien"
  • Wayne G. Hammond: "The Critical Response to Tolkien's Fiction"
  • Jessica Yates: "Tolkien the Anti-totalitarian"

[edit] Section 7: Tolkien Studies

  • Helen Armstrong: "Good Guys, Bad Guys, Fantasy and Reality"
  • Christine Barkley: "The Realm of Faërie"
  • Christine Barkley: "Point of View in Tolkien"
  • Joe R. Christopher: "J.R.R. Tolkien and the Clerihew"
  • Edith L. Crowe: "Power in Arda: Sources, Uses and Misuses"
  • Chris Hopkins: "Tolkien and Englishness"
  • Carl F. Hostetter and Arden R. Smith: "A Mythology for England"
  • Nancy Martsch: "A Tolkien Chronology"
  • Tadeusz Andrzej Olszanski: "Evil and the Evil One in Tolkien's Theology"
  • René van Rossenberg: "Tolkien's Exceptional Visit to Holland: A Reconstruction"
  • Anders Stenström: "A Mythology? For England?"
  • Dwayne Thorpe: "Tolkien's Elvish Craft"

[edit] Section 8: Middle-earth Studies

  • Jenny Coombs and Marc Read: "A Physics of Middle-earth"
  • David A. Funk: "Explorations into the Psyche of Dwarves"
  • William Antony Swithin Sarjeant: "The Geology of Middle-earth"
  • Lester E. Simons: "Writing and Allied Technologies in Middle-earth"

[edit] Section 9: The Inklings

  • Charles A. Coulombe: "Hermetic Imngination: The Effect of The Golden Dawn on Fantasy Literature"
  • David Doughan: "Tolkien, Sayers, Sex and Gender"
  • Colin Duriez: "Tolkien and the Other Inklings"
  • Lisa Hopkins: "Female Authority Figures in the Works of Tolkien, C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams"
  • Diana Lynne Pavlac: "More than a Bandersnatch: Tolkien as a Collaborative Writer"
  • Stephen Yandell: "'A Pattern Which Our Nature Cries Out For': The Medieval Tradition of the Ordered Four in the Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien"

[edit] Section 10: Flights of Fancy

  • John Ellison: "Baggins Remembered"
  • Hubert Sawa: "Short History of the Territorial Development of the Dwarves' Kingdoms in the Second and Third Ages Of Middle-earth"
  • Angela Surtees and Steve Gardner: "The Mechanics of Dragons... An Introduction to The Study of their 'Ologies"

[edit] Section 11: Other Writers

  • Madawc Williams: "Tales of Wonder - Science Fiction and Fantasy in the Age of Jane Austen"
  • J.R. Wytenbroek: "Natural Mysticism in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows"
  • J.R. Wytenbroek: "Cetacean Consciousness in Katz's Whalesinger and L'Engle's A Ring of Endless Light"

[edit] Index

[edit] See also

[edit] External links