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Título Tolkien : the forest and the city / Helen Conrad O'Briain & Gerard Hynes, editors

Publicación Dublin, Ireland : Four Courts Press, 2013
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Filosofía-Depósito  D11-332    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Descripción física 197 p. : il. ; 25 cm
Bibliografía Bibliografía
Nota Índices
Contiene: Goths and Roman in Tolkien's imagination / Tom Shippey -- Civil pleasures in unexpected places: an introduction to the etiquette of Middle-earth / Jane Suzanne Carroll -- 'Wildman of the Woods': inscribing tragedy on the landscape of Middle-earth in The children of Hurin / Dimitra Fimi -- Deeper and deeper into the wood: forests as places of transformation in The lord of the rings / Rebecca Merkelbach -- The forest and the city: the dichotomy of Tolkien's Istari / Dominika Nycz -- 'Raw forest' versus 'cooked city': Levi-Strauss in Middle-earth / Thomas Honegger -- 'A preference for round windows': hobbits and the Arts and Crafts movement / Karl Kinsella -- Fractures, corruption and decay: understanding speculative cities through the imagery of Minas Tirith, Minas Morgul and Metropolis / Jennifer Harwood-Smith -- The forests and the trees: Sal and Ian in Faerie / Verlyn Flieger -- 'The cedar is fallen': empire, deforestation and the fall of Numenor / Gerard Hynes -- 'Sacred and of immense antiquity': Tolkien's use of riddles in The Hobbit / Erin Sebo -- Less noise, more green: cultural materialism and the reverse discourse of the wild in Tolkien's The Hobbit / Ian Kinane -- Tolkien and Dante's Earthly Paradise: enculturing nature Alison Milbank -- The party tree and its roots in the Spanish Civil War / Meg Black -- The tower and the ruin: the past in J.R.R. Tolkien's works / Michael D.C. Drout
Materia Tolkien, J. R. R., 1892-1973 -- Crítica e interpretación
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Autor secundario Conrad-O'Briain, Helen, ed. lit.
Hynes, Gerard, ed. lit.
ISBN 184682429X