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PostPosted: Sat May 11, 2013 12:04 am 
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I thought we had a thread for this journal, but I don't see it. Anyway, David Bratman, the newest co-editor of the premier Tolkien journal, has announced the content of this year's volume, and it sounds great:

Tolkien Studies 10 (2013)
•Claudio A. Testi, "Tolkien's Work: Is it Christian or Pagan?: A proposal for a 'synthetic' approach"

•Nils Ivar Agøy, "Vague or Vivid?: Descriptions in The Lord of the Rings"

•Hope Rogers, "No Triumph without Loss: Problems of Intercultural Marriage in Tolkien's Works"

•Thomas Honegger, "My Most Precious Riddle: Eggs and Rings Revisited"

•Michael Organ, "Tolkien's Japonisme: Prints, Dragons and a Great Wave"

•Renée Vink, "'Jewish' Dwarves: Tolkien and anti-Semitic stereotyping"

•Derek Shank, "'The Web of Story': Structuralism in Tolkien's 'On Fairy-stories'"

•Benjamin Saxton, "Tolkien and Bakhtin on Authorship, Literary Freedom, and Alterity"

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Notes and Documents •Kris Swank, "Tom Bombadil's Last Song: Tolkien's 'Once Upon A Time'"

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Book Reviews •An Hobad, translated by Nicholas Williams, and Hobbitus Ille, translated by Mark Walker, reviewed by Harley J. Sims

•The Quenya Alphabet, edited by Arden R. Smith, reviewed by Edith L. Crowe

•The Art of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, by Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull, reviewed by Sarah Beach

•Exploring J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, by Corey Olsen, and There and Back Again, by Mark Atherton, reviewed by Jason Fisher

•Green Suns and Faërie, by Verlyn Flieger, reviewed by John D. Rateliff

•The Broken Scythe, edited by Roberto Arduini and Claudio A. Testi, reviewed by John Garth

•A Hobbit Journey, by Matthew Dickerson, and A Hobbit Devotional, by Ed Strauss, reviewed by Donald T. Williams

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•Merlin DeTardo, "The Year's Work in Tolkien Studies 2010"


•Rebecca Epstein, David Bratman, and Merlin DeTardo, "Bibliography (In English) for 2011"

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