Tolkien Studies: Volume 3

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Tolkien Studies: Volume 3
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EditorDouglas A. Anderson, Michael D.C. Drout, Verlyn Flieger
PublisherWest Virginia University
ReleasedPrinted: June, 2006
Digital: May, 2006
FormatHardcover; electronic

Tolkien Studies: Volume 3 is the third volume of the annual review Tolkien Studies.

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  • Articles
    • Ross Smith: "Fitting Sense to Sound: Linguistic Aesthetics and Phonosemantics in the Work of J.R.R. Tolkien"
    • Maria Prozesky: "The Text Tale of Frodo the Nine-fingered: Residual Oral Patterning in The Lord of the Rings"
    • Amy M. Amendt-Raduege: "Dream Visions in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
    • Gergely Nagy: "The "Lost" Subject of Middle-earth: The Constitution of the Subject in the Figure of Gollum in The Lord of the Rings"
    • Martin Simonson: "Three is Company: Novel, Fairy Tale, and Romance on the Journey through the Shire"
    • Richard W. Fehrenbacher: "Beowulf as Fairy-story: Enchanting the Elegiac in The Two Towers"
    • James Obertino: "Barbarians and Imperialism in Tacitus and The Lord of the Rings"
    • Verlyn Flieger: "Karen Wynn Fonstad"
    • Karen Wynn Fonstad: "Writing "TO" the Map"
    • Douglas A. Anderson: "R. W. Chambers and The Hobbit"
    • Michael D.C. Drout: "A Spliced Old English Quotation in 'Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics'"
    • James Ignatius McNelis: "'The tree took me up from ground and carried me off': A Source for Tolkien's Ents in Ludvig Holberg's 'Journey of Niels Klim to the World Underground'"
  • "The Year's Work in Tolkien Studies 2003", by David Bratman
  • "Bibliography (in English) for 2004", by Michael D. C. Drout, Marcel R. Bulles, Rebecca Epstein

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Tolkien Studies volumes
Volume 1 · Volume 2 · Volume 3 · Volume 4 · Volume 5 · Volume 6 · Volume 7 · Volume 8 ·
Volume 9 · Volume 10 · Volume 11 · Volume 12 · Volume 13 · Volume 14 · Volume 15 · Volume 16 ·
Volume 17 · Volume 18 · Volume 19 (Supplement)