Mythlore 60

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Mythlore 60, Volume 16, Issue 2
Editor: Glen GoodKnight
Publication information:
Publisher: Mythopoeic Society
Released: Winter 1989
Format: Paperback
Pages: 67

Mythlore 60 (Volume 16, Issue 2) is an issue of the Mythlore journal, published by the Mythopoeic Society and featuring a cover illustration by Nancy-Lou Patterson.

The article 'Among the Trees: Seeking the Spirit of Narqelion' by Paul Nolan Hyde includes the text of J.R.R. Tolkien's poem 'Narqelion' and an English translation, along with several early Tolkien poems. A summary of the article by Jorge Quiñónez, including the text of the poem and an English translation, was published in Vinyar Tengwar Issue 12, July 1990.[1]



  • Startzman, L. Eugene. “Goldberry and Galadriel: The Quality of Joy.”
  • Loney, Douglas. “Humpty Dumpty in the Heavens: Perspective in Out of the Silent Planet.”
  • Beach, Sarah, Patrick Wynne, and Paula DiSante. “Three Artistic Versions of ‘The Death of Glorfindel’.”
  • Enright, Nancy. “Charles Williams and his Theology of Romantic Love: A Dantean Interpretation of the Christian Doctrines of the Incarnation and the Trinity.”
  • Murphy, Patrick D. “The High and Low Fantasies of Feminist (Re)Mythopoeia.”
  • O'Brien, Donald. “On the Origin of the Name ‘Hobbit’.”
  • Abbott, Joe. “Tolkien's Monsters: Concept and Function in The Lord of the Rings (Part II): Shelob the Great.”
  • Bucknall, Barbara J. “Rilke and Le Guin.”


  • GoodKnight, Glen H. Editorial Introduction: Fantasy and Personal Involvement.
  • Christopher, Joe R., Wayne G. Hammond, and Pat Allen Hargis. An Inklings Bibliography (37).
  • Hyde, Paul Nolan. “Quenti Lambardillion: Among the Trees: Seeking the Spirit of Narqelion.”
  • Letters.


  • The Treason of Isengard: The History of the Lord of the Rings, Part Two. J.R.R. Tolkien. Reviewed by Glen GoodKnight.
  • Sold Into Egypt. Madeleine L'Engle. Reviewed by Nancy-Lou Patterson.
  • The Vampire in Literature: A Critical Bibliography. Margaret Carter. Reviewed by Joe R. Christopher.
  • Payer of Tribute. Margaret Carter. Reviewed by Joe R. Christopher.
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  1. An Illustrated Tolkien Bibliography at