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Tolkien Studies 2.1 (2005) 288

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Addenda and Corrigenda to the 2001-2002 Tolkien Studies Bibliography 1

Conference Proceedings

Concerning Hobbits and Other Matters: Tolkien across the Disciplines. University of St. Thomas Tolkien Conference. Ed. Tim Schindler. St. Paul: Department of English, U of St. Thomas, 2001.


Croft, Janet Brennan. "The Great War and Tolkien's Memory: An Examination of World War I Themes in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings." Mythlore 23.4 (2002): 4-21.

Dailey, Sara. "Applicability and Truth in The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion: Readers, Fantasy, and Canonicity." Mythlore 23.4 (2002): 50-66

Garbowski, Christopher. "It's a Wonderful Life as Faerian Drama." Mythlore 23.4 (2002) 38-49.

Hammond, Wayne G. "Whose Lord of the Rings Is It, Anyway? Private Tolkien and His Audience." The Canadian C.S. Lewis Journal (2002): 59-65.

Kelly, Tony. "Faith Seeking Fantasy: Tolkien on Fairy-Stories." Pacifica 15 (2002): 190-208.

Lakowski, Romuald Ian. "Types of Heroism in The Lord of the Rings." Mythlore 23.4 (2002): 22-37.

Ryan, John S. "J. R. R. Tolkien's Formal Lecturing and Teaching at the University of Oxford, 1929-1959." Seven: An Anglo-American Literary Review 19 (2002): 45-62.

Tomkins, J. Case. "'The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm's Son': Tolkien as a Modern Anglo-Saxon." Mythlore 23.4 (2002) 67-74.

Weidner, Bruce N. "Middle-earth: The Real World of J. R. R. Tolkien." Mythlore 23.4 (2002): 75-85.

Sincere thanks to Janet Brennan Croft.