Vol. 23 (2000-2002)
No. 3 (2001)
Hobbit Sex and Sensuality in The Lord of the Rings
Daniel Timmons, University of Toronto, Canada
Refutes critics who see no evidence of mature sexuality in Tolkien’s Middle-earth by examining the distinction between sex and sensuality, and by describing depictions of romantic and married love in contrast to matelessness.
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