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Mythlore 119/120 Volume 31, Issue 1-2     (purchase below)

Table of Contents

---Janet Brennan Croft

Yggdrasil and the Stave Church
---G. Ronald Murphy, S.J.

The Inklings Remembered: A Conversation with Colin Havard
---Justin T. Noetzel and Matthew R. Bardowell

The Steward, The King, and the Queen: Fealty and Love in Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and in Sir Orfeo
---Sue Bridgwater

Charles Williams’s Anti-Modernist Descent into Hell
---Lydia R. Browning

The Wondrous Orientalism of Lord Dunsany: Traditional and Non-traditional Orientalist Narratives in The Book of Wonder and Tales of Wonder
---Alyssa House-Thomas

Reciprocal Colonization in the Irish Fairy Tales of Lord Dunsany
---Erin L. Sheley

Changing the Story: Transformations of Myth in Yeats’s Poem “Cuchulain’s Fight with the Sea”¯
---Roxanne Bodsworth

Grief Poignant as Joy: Dyscatastrophe and Eucatastrophe in A Song of Fire and Ice
---Susan Johnston


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