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Myth and Magic: Art according to the Inklings

Myth and Magic: Art according to the Inklings
AuthorEduardo Segura, Thomas M. Honegger (editors)
PublisherWalking Tree Publishers
Released2007
FormatPaperback
Pages352
ISBN978-3-905703-08-5

Myth and Magic: Art according to the Inklings is the fourteenth book of Walking Tree's Cormarë Series. It is a collection of several essays, which do not solely deal with Tolkien; they also deal with the Inklings, and C.S. Lewis in particular.

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  • Martin Simonson: "Recovering the 'Utterly Alien Land': Tolkien and Transcendentalism"
  • Tom Shippey: "New Learning and New Ignorance: Magia, Goeteia, and the Inklings"
  • Dieter Bachmann: "Magic: goetia, gûl and lúth"
  • Verlyn Flieger: "When is a Fairy Story a Faërie Story? Smith of Wootton Major"
  • Colin Duriez: "Myth, Fact and Incarnation"
  • Patrick Curry: "Iron Crown, Iron Cage: Tolkien and Weber on Modernity and Enchantment"
  • Thomas M. Honegger: "A Mythology for England? Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth"
  • Devin Brown: "Lewis's View of Myth as a Conveyer of Deepest Truth"
  • Miryam Librán-Moreno: "'A Kind of Orpheus-Legend in Reverse': Two Classical Myths in the Story of Beren and Lúthien"
  • Eugenio M. Olivares-Merino: "A Monster that Matters: Tolkien's Grendel Revisited"
  • Margarita Carretero-González: "A Tale as Old as Time, Freshly Told Anew: Love and Sacrifice in Tolkien, Lewis and Rowling"
  • Fernando J. Soto and Marta García de la Puerta: "The Hidden Meanings of the Name 'Ransom': Strange Philology and 'Contradiction' in C.S. Lewis's Cosmic Trilogy"
  • John Garth: "'As Under a Green Sea': Visions of War in the Dead Marshes"
  • Eduardo Segura: "Leaf by Niggle and the Aesthetics of Gift: Towards a Definition of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Notion of Art"

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