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Mythlore 128 Volume 34, Issue 2

Spring/Summer 2016     (purchase below)

Table of Contents

— Janet Brennan Croft

A Spenserian Returns to Earth: The Faerie Queene in C.S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength
— Paul Rovang

The Use of the Vertical Plane to Indicate Holiness in C.S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy
— Sarah Eddings

Seven for Seven: The Voyage of the “Dawn Treader” and the Literary Tradition
— Thomas L. Martin

C.S. Lewis’s Debt to Dante: The Voyage of the “Dawn Treader” and Purgatorio
— Mattison Schuknecht

C.S. Lewis’s Two Satyrs
— Joe R. Christopher

The Helmholtz, the Doctor, the Minotaur, and the Labyrinth
— Buket Akgün

Breaking the Dragon’s Gaze: Commodity Fetishism in Tolkien’s Middle-earth
— Steven Kelly

Mapping Gender in Middle-earth
— John Miller

The Black Speech: The Lord of the Rings as a Modern Linguistic Critique
— Cody Jarman

Notes and Letters


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