Bibliography (in English) for 2008

@article{Epstein2010BibliographyE,
  title={Bibliography (in English) for 2008},
  author={Rebecca Epstein and Michael D. C. Drout and David Bratman},
  journal={Tolkien Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={379 - 398}
}

References

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Whose Story? Translating the Verbal and the Visual in Literature for Young Readers

The starting point of my article is translating as rewriting for targetlanguage audiences in target-language contexts. Translating implies change: every time a book is translated, it takes on a new

J. R. R. Tolkien’s "Eucatastrophe", or Fantasy as a Modern Recovery of Faith

The recent film adaptation of The Lord of the Rings has confirmed the strong interest aroused in the contemporary world by J.R.R. Tolkien's literary use of myth. It has scarcely been remarked that

Chesterton and Tolkien as Theologians: The Fantasy of the Real

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The Grotesque is a posthumous publication based on a manuscript originally written by Gordon C. Dickinson in 2013 and then edited by David I. Dickinson and published in 2016.

Tolkien, Race and Cultural History: From Fairies to Hobbits

Tolkien, Race and Cultural History explores the evolution of Tolkien's mythology by examining how it changed as a result of Tolkien's life story and contemporary cultural and intellectual history.

Watching «The Lord of the Rings»: Tolkien’s World Audiences

How did audiences across the world respond to the films of The Lord of the Rings? This book presents findings from the largest film audience project ever undertaken, drawing from 25,000 questionnaire

Narn I Chîn Húrin; The Tale of the Children of Húrin

Painstakingly restored from Tolkien's manuscripts and presented for the first time as a fully continuous and standalone story, the epic tale of The Children of Hurin will reunite fans of The Hobbit
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