Tolkien's View

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Tolkien's View - kansi. Kansikuva: Merton Meadows, Oxford, nähtynä Tolkienin työhuoneen ikkunasta. Valokuva: John Gibbons. Kuva: Walking Tree Publishers.[1]

Tolkien's View : Windows into his World on vuonna 2009 ilmestynyt kokoelma professori John S. Ryanin Tolkienia ja tämän kirjallisuutta käsitteleviä esseitä yli kolmen vuosikymmenen ajalta 1960-luvulta 1990-luvulle.[2] Teos kuuluu Walking Tree Publishers -kustantamon Cormarë Series -julkaisusarjaan.

Ryan oli Tolkienin oppilas Oxfordin yliopistossa, kun tämä julkaisi Tarun Sormusten herrasta.[3]

Sisällys[4]

  • Part A. Early Biographic Pieces and Emerging Tastes
    • Those Birmingham Quietists: J.R.R. Tolkien and J.H. Shorthouse (1834–1903)
    • The Oxford Undergraduate Studies in Early English and Related Languages of J.R.R. Tolkien (1913–1915)
    • An Important Influence: His Professor’s Wife, Mrs Elizabeth Mary (Lea) Wright
    • Trolls and Other Themes – William Craigie’s Significant Folkloric Influence on the Style of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit
    • Homo Ludens — Amusement, Play and Seeking in Tolkien’s earliest Romantic Thought
    • Edith, St. Edith of Wilton and the other English Western Saints
  • Part B. The Young Professor and his Early Publishing
    • Tolkien and George Gordon: or, A Close Colleague and His notion of ‘Myth-maker’ and of Historiographic Jeux d’Esprit
    • J.R.R. Tolkien: Lexicography and other Early Linguistic Preferences
    • The Work and Preferences of the Professor of Old Norse at the University of Oxford from 1925 to 1945
    • The Poem ‘Mythopoeia’ as an Early Statement of Tolkien’s Artistic and Religious Position
    • Tolkien’s Concept of Philology as Mythology
    • By ‘Significant’ Compounding “We Pass Insensibly into the World of the Epic”
    • Barrow-wights, Hog-boys and the evocation of The Battle of the Goths and Huns and of St. Guthlac
    • Dynamic Metahistory and the Model of Christopher Dawson
    • Folktale, Fairy Tale, and the Creation of a Story
    • The Wild Hunt, Sir Orfeo and J.R.R. Tolkien
    • Mid-Century Perceptions of the Ancient Celtic Peoples of ‘England’
    • Germanic Mythology Applied – the Extension of the Literary Folk Memory
    • Perilous Roads to the East, from Weathertop and through the Borgo Pass
    • Before Puck – the Púkel-men and the puca

Bibliografisia tietoja

Tolkien's View : Windows into his World / J. S. Ryan. – [Zollikofen] : Walking Tree Publishers, 2009. – 286 s.[5] – (Cormarë Series ; 19).
ISBN 978-3-905703-13-9 (nid.)

Viitteet

  1. Tolkien's View: Windows into his World (Walking Tree Publishers; luettu 24.1.2021); katso myös kuva takakanteen ulottuvasta kansikuvasta: Tolkien's View: Windows into his World (Full Cover) (Walking Tree Publishers; luettu 24.1.2021).
  2. Tolkien's View: Windows into his World (Walking Tree Pubishers; luettu 24.1.2021).
  3. Tolkien's View: Windows into his World (Walking Tree Pubishers; luettu 24.1.2021); ks. myös Professor John Ryan (University of New England); luettu 24.1.2021).
  4. New Books this Summer: Part One (Jason Fisher, Lingwë – Musings of a Fish 14.8.2009; luettu 24.1.2021).
  5. Kustantajan ilmoittama sivumäärä. Amazon.com -sivuston mukaan 312 sivua: Tolkien's View: Windows into his World by J. S. Ryan (Author) (Amazon.com; luettu 24.1.2021).


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