Mallorn 43

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Mallorn 43
EditorLen Sanford
Cover artistPauline Baynes
PublisherThe Tolkien Society
PrinterThe Printed Word, Horsham, UK
ReleasedJuly 2005
FormatA4 stapled paperback, glossy
Preceded byMallorn 42
Followed byMallorn 44

Mallorn 43 is the forty-third issue of the The Tolkien Society's annual journal Mallorn, published in July 2005.

Contents[edit | edit source]

  • Virtual History: Arnor: the Numenorean inheritance; Chapter 3: Nendor and the Enedre
    • By: Majorie Willetts
  • "The road goes ever on: Tolkien's use of the 'Journey' motive in reconstructing The Lord of the Rings"
  • "Botanical notes on the Mallorn"
    • By: Beth Russell
  • "Arthur and Aragorn: Arthurian influence in The Lord of the Rings"
    • By: Richard J. Finn
  • "A history of song: The transmission of memory in Middle-earth"
    • By: Michael Cunningham
  • "Tolkien's women (and men): the films and the book"
  • "Gandalf as torturer: the ticking bomb terrorist and due process in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
    • By: Adam Rosman
  • "Merry in focus: On Ring fever, having adventures, being overlooked, and not getting left behind"
    • By: Hilary Longstaff
  • "Tolkien's Burning Briar - an astronomical explanation"
  • "Perspectives on reality in The Lord of the Rings: Part II - Nature, beauty and death"
    • By: Gerardo Barajas Garrido
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