Volume 13, 2016

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

p. 1
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Acknowledgments

p. 2
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In Memoriam

p. 3
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Conventions and Abbreviations

pp. 4-7
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Articles

The Cauldron at the Outer Edge: Tolkien on the Oldest English Fairy Tales

pp. 9-29
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Tolkien’s Sellic Spell: A Beowulfian Fairy Tale

pp. 31-44
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“That Seems to Me Fatal”: Pagan and Christian in The Fall of Arthur

pp. 45-70
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The Alliterative Verse of The Fall of Arthur

pp. 71-100
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Book of the Lost Narrator: Rereading the 1977 Silmarillion as a Unified Text

pp. 101-124
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“A Honeycomb Gathered from Different Flowers”: Tolkien-the-Compiler’s Middle-earth “Sources” in The Lord of the Rings

pp. 125-147
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“Evening-Lands”: Spenglerian Tropes in Lord of the Rings

pp. 149-168
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J.R.R. Tolkien and the Irish Question

pp. 169-186
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Book Reviews

In the Nameless Wood: Explorations in the Philological Hinterland of Tolkien’s Literary Creations by J. S. Ryan (review)

pp. 187-196
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Tolkien and Philosophy ed. by Roberto Arduini, Claudio A. Testi (review)

pp. 196-201
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The Body in Tolkien’s Legendarium: Essays on Middle-earth Corporeality ed. by Christopher Vaccaro (review)

pp. 201-205
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Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey ed. by John Wm. Houghton, et al (review)

pp. 205-209
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The Art of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien by Wayne G. Hammond, Christina Scull (review)

pp. 209-215
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Arda Inhabited: Environmental Relationships in The Lord of the Rings, by Susan Jeffers (review)

pp. 215-220
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Book Notes

pp. 220-222
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The Year’s Work in Tolkien Studies 2013

pp. 223-227
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General Criticism: The Lord of the Rings and Tolkien’s Work as a Whole

pp. 227-235
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General Criticism: The Hobbit

pp. 235-239
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General Criticism: Other Works

pp. 239-242
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Tolkien’s Literary Theory and Practice

pp. 242-257
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Source and Comparative Studies

pp. 257-267
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Religious and Devotional

pp. 267-280
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Philology and Language Studies: Tolkien’s Professional Work

pp. 281-283
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Philology and Language Studies: Tolkien’s Use of English

pp. 283-290
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Philology and Language Studies: Invented Languages

pp. 290-292
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Tolkien’s Subcreation

pp. 293-295
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Reception and Adaptation Studies

pp. 295-300
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Bibliography (in English) for 2014

pp. 301-317
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 319-321
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