Thomas Honegger (ed.), Laughter in Middle-earth

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Humour in and around the Works of JRR Tolkien

Walking Tree, 2016. 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated.*

Table of contents

Tom Shippey

Maureen F. Mann
"Certainly not our sense": Tolkien and Nonsense

Alastair Whyte
A Fountain of Mirth: Laughter in Arda

Jennifer Raimundo
Mirth's Might: The Tenacity of Humour in the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien

Ɓukasz Neubauer
Plain Ignorance in the Vulgar Form:
Tolkien's Onomastic Humour in Farmer Giles of Ham

Laura Lee Smith
"This of course is the way to talk to dragons":
Etiquette-Based Humour in The Hobbit

Evelyn Koch
Parodies of the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien

Sherrylyn Branchaw
Strategies of Humour in The Stupid Ring Parody

Davide Martini
Humour in Art Depicting Middle-earth

Jared Lobdell
Humour, Comedy, the Comic, Comicality, Puns, Wordplay, 'Fantastication', and 'English Humour' in and around Tolkien and His Work, and among the Inklings