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Mythlore 142 Volume 41, Issue 2     (purchase below)

Spring/Summer 2023

Table of Contents

— Janet Brennan Croft

Terry Pratchett’s Witches Novels and the Consensus Fantasy Universe: A Feminist Perspective
— Clair Hutchings-Budd

Blood on the Snow, Soot on the Carpet: Belief as Pedagogy in Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather
— Michael A. Moir, Jr.

The Unicorn Trade: Towards a Cultural History of the Mass-market Unicorn
— Timothy Miller

The felix culpa in Tolkien’s Legendarium: A Catalyst for Character and Reader Transformation
— Nathan CJ Hood

The Stolen Gift: Tolkien and the Problem of Suicide
— Martin Lockerd

Mythopoesis in Tennyson’s Idylls of the King
— Rebecca A. Umland

Wizards and Woods: The Environmental Ethics of Tolkien’s Istari
— Kenton L. Sena and Philip J. Vogel

Gollum from Medieval Tragedy to Liberal Tragedy in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings
— Masoud Tadayoni and Mohsen Hanif

Delving Too Greedily: Analyzing Prejudice Against Tolkien’s Dwarves as Historical Bias
— Mitchell T. Dennis and Kenton L. Sena



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