Vol. 20 (1994-1995)
No. 4 (1995)
Anita G. Gorman
Examines Tolkien’s use of language in Tree and Leaf to “demonstrate the paradoxes inherent in Christianity [...] artistic creation [...] [and] ordinary life.” Asserts that Tolkien also “[suggests] the ultimate resolution of those paradoxes.”
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