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'''Reno E. Lauro''' is a researcher at the [[wikipedia:University of St Andrews|University of St Andrews]].
 
 
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'''Reno E. Lauro''' is a researcher at the [[wikipedia:University of St Andrews|University of St Andrews]].
 
==Bibliography==
 
==Bibliography==
 
===Articles===
 
===Articles===
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** "Of Spiders and Light: Hope, Action and Medieval Aesthetics in the horrors of Shelob's Lair"
 
** "Of Spiders and Light: Hope, Action and Medieval Aesthetics in the horrors of Shelob's Lair"
 
===Lectures===
 
===Lectures===
* [[February 24]], [[2006]], University of St Andrews
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* [[24 February|February 24]], [[2006]], University of St Andrews
 
** "Panning the Semantic Trace: language, imagination and reality in the works of Owen Barfield & J.R.R. Tolkien"
 
** "Panning the Semantic Trace: language, imagination and reality in the works of Owen Barfield & J.R.R. Tolkien"
* [[March 1]], [[2008]], [[wikipedia:Dallas Baptist University|Dallas Baptist University]]
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* [[1 March|March 1]], [[2008]], [[wikipedia:Dallas Baptist University|Dallas Baptist University]]
 
** "Magic, Craft and Poïesis: Modes of Imaginative Resistance and Revealing in J.R.R. Tolkien and Martin Heidegger"
 
** "Magic, Craft and Poïesis: Modes of Imaginative Resistance and Revealing in J.R.R. Tolkien and Martin Heidegger"
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

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Reno E. Lauro is a researcher at the University of St Andrews.

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[edit] Bibliography

[edit] Articles

[edit] Lectures

  • February 24, 2006, University of St Andrews
    • "Panning the Semantic Trace: language, imagination and reality in the works of Owen Barfield & J.R.R. Tolkien"
  • March 1, 2008, Dallas Baptist University
    • "Magic, Craft and Poïesis: Modes of Imaginative Resistance and Revealing in J.R.R. Tolkien and Martin Heidegger"

[edit] External links