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'''The Individuated Hobbit: Jung, Tolkien, and the Archetypes of Middle-earth''' is a critical study of the works of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] by Timothy R. O'Neill. It was written from a Jungian perspective, with particular emphasis put on archetypes.
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'''''The Individuated Hobbit: Jung, Tolkien, and the Archetypes of Middle-earth''''' is a critical study of the works of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] by Timothy R. O'Neill. It was written from a Jungian perspective, with particular emphasis put on archetypes.
  
 
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The Individuated Hobbit: Jung, Tolkien, and the Archetypes of Middle-earth
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AuthorTimothy R. O'Neill
PublisherHoughton Mifflin
ReleasedSeptember 1979
FormatHardcover
Pages200
ISBN039528208X

The Individuated Hobbit: Jung, Tolkien, and the Archetypes of Middle-earth is a critical study of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien by Timothy R. O'Neill. It was written from a Jungian perspective, with particular emphasis put on archetypes.

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