Tolkien and the Critics
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|Tolkien and the Critics: Essays on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings|
|Author||Neil D Isaacs, Rose A Zimbardo (Editors)|
|Publisher||University of Notre Dame Press|
|ISBN||[[Special:BookSources/ASIN: B001AP6I9G (Paperback: 978-0268002794)|ASIN: B001AP6I9G (Paperback: 978-0268002794)]]|
Tolkien and the Critics: Essays on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings is a collection of essays related to J.R.R. Tolkien and his works. Several of the essays were reprinted in the editors' 2004 collection Understanding The Lord of the Rings.
- Neil D. Isaacs: "On the Possibilities of Writing Tolkien Criticism"
- C.S. Lewis: "The Dethronement of Power"
- Edmund Fuller: "The Lord of the Hobbit"
- W.H. Auden: "The Quest Hero"
- Hugh T. Keenan: "The Appeal of The Lord of the Rings: A Struggle for Life"
- Patricia Meyer Spacks: "Power and Meaning in The Lord of the Rings"
- Rose A. Zimbardo: "Moral Vision in The Lord of the Rings"
- Marion Zimmer Bradley: "Men, Halflings, and Hero-Worship"
- Robert J. Reilly: "Tolkien and the Fairy Story"
- Thomas J. Gasque: "Tolkien: The Monsters and the Critters"
- John Tinkler:" Old English in Rohan"
- Mary Quella Kelly: "The Poetry of Fantasy: Verse in The Lord of the Rings"
- Charles Moorman: "The Shire, Mordor, and Minas Tirith"
- Burton Raffel: "The Lord of the Rings as Literature"
- Roger Sale: "Tolkien and Frodo Baggins"