Nólë Hyarmenillo

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Nólë Hyarmenillo: An Anthology of Iberian Scholarship on Tolkien
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EditorNuno Simões Rodrigues, Martin Simonson, Angélica Varanda
PublisherWalking Tree Publishers
Released30 April 2022
FormatPaperback
Pages206
ISBN9783905703474
SeriesCormarë Series
Preceded byThe Gallant Edith Bratt

Nólë Hyarmenillo: An Anthology of Iberian Scholarship on Tolkien is an anthology of essays by Spanish and Portuguese Tolkien scholars. It is No. 47 in the Cormarë Series. "Nólë hyarmenillo" is a Quenya phrase meaning "Lore from the south."

Contents[edit]

  • PART I
    • "I didn't see the films, but I read the posters"
      • By Miguel Moiteiro Marques
    • Facing Hope: The Lord of the Rings, Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon Elegiac Tradition
      • By Angélica Varandas
    • ‘I See Fire': Adapting The Hobbit beyond the Image
      • By Ana Daniela Coelho
    • Asgard and Valinor: Worlds in Comparison
      • By Hélio Pires
  • PART II
    • The Voice of Nature in Middle-earth through the Lens of Testimony
      • By Andoni Cossio
    • "Nonetheless They Will Have Need of Wood": Aesthetic and Utilitarian Approaches to Trees in The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales
      • By Martin Simonson
    • Boromir: a Character Doomed to Die
      • By Alejandro Martínez-Sobrino
    • Shadows of Middle-earth: Tolkien in Subculture, Counterculture and Exploitation
      • By Mónica Sanz
    • "Aren't You Going to Search My Trousers?": Gender and the Representation of the Dwarves in Peter Jackson's Adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit
      • By Amaya Fernández Menicucci

From the publisher[edit]

The present collection, Nólë Hyarmenillo (‘Lore from the South’ in Quenya), features essays written by Spanish and Portuguese scholars on diverse topics related to Tolkien and his legendarium, ranging from an analysis of film posters and adaptations, to studies of comparative literature, ecocritical analysis and the role and impact of Tolkien's works in contemporary subculture. As such, the anthology also reflects the growing bonds between two national communities of scholars, who over the past decade have consolidated research on Tolkien's legendarium at various large universities on the Iberian peninsula.

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