Mythlore 124 is an issue of the Mythlore journal (Volume 32, Issue 2, Spring/Summer), published by the Mythopoeic Society.
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- Editorial by Janet Brennan Croft (p. 3)
- "Tolkien in Love: Pictures from Winter 1912-1913" by Nancy Bunting (p. 5)
- "Divine Surgeons at Work: The Presence and Purpose of the Dream Vision in Till We Have Faces" by Erin K. Wagner (p. 13)
- "Tolkien’s Faërian Drama: Origins and Valedictions" by Janet Brennan Croft (p. 31)
- "Subverting Mythopoeic Fantasy: Miyuki Miyabe’s The Book of Heroes" by Grzegorz Trębicki (p. 47)
- "'They Have Quarreled with the Trees': Perverted Perceptions of 'Progress' in the Fiction Series of C.S. Lewis" by Deborah Klein (p. 63)
- "Artemis at Ragnarok: E.R. Eddison’s Queen Antiope" by Joseph Young (p. 81)
- "From Children’s Book to Epic Prequel: Peter Jackson’s Transformation of Tolkien’s The Hobbit"by Frank P. Riga, Maureen Thum, and Judith Kollmann (p. 97)
- "Pillaging Middle-earth: Self-plagiarism in Smith of Wootton Major" by Josh B. Long (p. 117)
- "The Art of Detection in a World of Change: The Silver Chair and Spenser Revisited" by Charles A. Huttar (p. 137)
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- Items reviewed in this issue include: George MacDonald: Divine Carelessness and Fairytale Levity by Daniel Gabelman; The Gender Dance: Ironic Subversion in C.S. Lewis’s Cosmic Trilogy by Monika B. Hilder; Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as translated by John Gardner; Myths of Light: Eastern Metaphors of the Eternal by Joseph Campbell; The Riddles of the Hobbit by Adam Roberts; The Modern Literary Werewolf by Brent Stypczynski; Fairy Tales Reimagined: Essays on New Retellings, edited by Susan Redington Bobby; C.S. Lewis’s Perelandra: Reshaping the Image of the Cosmos, edited by Judith Wolfe and Brendan Wolfe; The Ideal of Kingship in the Writings of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien by Christopher Scarf; The Ring of Words: Tolkien and the Oxford English Dictionary by Peter Gilliver et al; J.R.R. Tolkien: The Forest and the City, edited by Helen Conrad O’Briain and Gerard Hynes; and two journal issues, Tolkien Studies X and Seven: An Anglo-American Literary Review 30.
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