Judith Klinger (ed.), Sub-creating Middle-earth

Construction of Authorship and the Works of JRR Tolkien
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Barbara Kowalik, O What a Tangled Web

Tolkien and Medieval Literature. A View from Poland
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Adam Lam (ed.), How We Became Middle-earth

A Collection of Essays on The Lord of the Rings Movies
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Christopher MacLachlan, Tolkien and Wagner

The Ring and Der Ring
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Rainer Nagel, Hobbit Place-names

A Linguistic Excursion through the Shire
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Lukasz Neubauer (ed.), Middle-earth, or There and Back Again

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Nuno Rodrigues (ed.), Nólé Hyarmenillo

An Anthology of Iberian Scholarship on Tolkien
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J.S. Ryan, Tolkien's View

Windows into his World
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J.S. Ryan, In the Nameless Wood

Explorations in the Philological Hnterland of Tolkien's Literary Creations
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Eduardo Segura (ed.), Myth and Magic

Art According to the Inklings
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Tom Shippey, Roots and Branches

Selected Papers on Tolkien
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Martin Simonson, The Lord of the Rings and the Western Narrative Tradition (27/2)

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Martin Simonson (ed.), Representations of Nature in Middle-earth

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Richard Sturch, Four Christian Fantasists.

A study in the fantastic writings of George MacDonald, Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
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Heidi Steimel (ed.), Music in Middle-earth

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Ross Smith, Inside Language

Linguistic and Aesthetic Theory in Tolkien
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Claudio Testi, Pagan Saints in Middle-earth

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Allan Turner (ed.), The Silmarillion - Thirty Years On

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Renée Vink, Wagner and Tolkien: Mythmakers

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Hamish Williams (ed.), Tolkien and the Classical World

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