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A Continuing and Evolving Creation: Distractions in the Later History of Middle-Earth

in: Flieger, Verlyn and Hostetter, Carl F., eds. Tolkien's Legendarium: Essays on the History of Middle Earth. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. pp.19-30.

A Curiously Very Great Book

Salon.com June 5, 2001. [6 pp.] (http://www.salon.com)

A Delightfully Imaginative Journey

New York Times. [1 p.] March 13, 1938. (Cited from the Online edition of the New York Times)

A Far-Off Gleam of the Gospel: Salvation in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings

in: Pearce, Joseph, ed. Tolkien: A Celebration. London: Fount, 1999. pp. 124-140. (Reprinted from King's Theological Review, 12: 6-10. Spring 1989).

A Fund of Wise Sayings: Proverbiality in Tolkien,

in: Wells, Sarah, ed. The Ring Goes On Forever: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference: 50 Years of The Lord of the Rings. Coventry, UK: Tolkien Society, 2008. Volume 2, p. 279-286.

A Kind of Mid-wife: J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis - Sharing Influence

in: Chance, Jane, ed. Tolkien the Medievalist. New York: London, 2003. p. 36-49.

A Kind of Orpheus-Legend in Reverse: Two Classical Myths in the Story of Beren and Luthien,

in: Segura, Eduardo and Thomas Honegger, eds. Myth and Magic: Art According to the Inklings. Zollikofen: Walking Tree, 2007. p. 143-186.

A Land of Make Believe: Merchandising and Consumption of The Lord of the Rings

in: Mathijs, Ernest/Pomerance, Murray, ed. From Hobbits to Hollywood: Essays on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings. New York: Rodopi, 2006. p. 119-136.

A Land Without Stain: Medieval Images of Mary and Their Use in the Characterization of Galadriel

in: Chance, Jane, ed. Tolkien the Medievalist. New York: London, 2003. p. 194-224.

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