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* [[Rachel Hart]]: "Tolkien, St. Andrews, and Dragons"
 
* [[Rachel Hart]]: "Tolkien, St. Andrews, and Dragons"
 
* [[Colin Duriez]]: "The Fairy Story: J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis"
 
* [[Colin Duriez]]: "The Fairy Story: J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis"
* [[Kristin Johnson]]: "Tolkien's Mythopoesis"
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* [[Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson]]: "Tolkien's Mythopoesis"
 
* [[Trevor Hart]]: "Tolkien, Creation, and Creativity"
 
* [[Trevor Hart]]: "Tolkien, Creation, and Creativity"
 
* [[David L. Jeffrey|David Lyle Jeffrey]]: "Tolkien and the Future of Literary Studies"
 
* [[David L. Jeffrey|David Lyle Jeffrey]]: "Tolkien and the Future of Literary Studies"

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Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology
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AuthorTrevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs (eds.)
PublisherBaylor University Press
ReleasedJune 26, 2007
FormatPaperback
Pages146
ISBN1932792643

Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology is a 2007 collection of essays.

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Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature and Theology examines the theological relationship between creation and creativity in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. It provides a fresh reading of these important themes in Tolkien and highlights the multi-faceted nature of Tolkien's own vivid theology and literary imagination. The book features articles by Colin Duriez, David L. Jeffrey, Ralph Wood, Trevor Hart, and others.

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Why The Lord of the Rings Is Not Manichean"