|Mythlore 45, Volume 12, Issue 3|
|Editor: Glen GoodKnight|
|Publisher: Mythopoeic Society|
|Released: 1986 Spring|
John D. Rateliff's article "'And Something Yet Remains to Be Said': Tolkien and Williams" (pp. 48-54) includes several unpublished texts by Tolkien: details of a brief annotation Tolkien made to a manuscript of The Lord of the Rings after a comment from Charles Williams (p. 52); extract from a letter to Caroline Whitman Everett dated 24 June 1957 regarding Charles Williams (p. 53); extract from a letter to Mother Mary Anthony dated 12 April 1966, also regarding Charles Williams (p. 53).
- "Dance as Metaphor and Myth in Tolkien, Lewis and Williams"
- "Grace and Goetia: Magic as a Forced Compensation in all Hollow's Eve"
- "C.S. Lewis' A Grief Observed as Fiction"
- "Niggle's Leaves: The Red Book of Westmarch and Related Minor Poetry of Tolkien"
- "And Clove the Wind from Unseen Shores: The Sea Voyage Motif in Imaginative Literature"
- "'And Something Yet Remains to Be Said': Tolkien and Williams" (by John D. Rateliff)
- "Early reviews of Books by J.R.R. Tolkien"