Vol. 23 (2000-2002)
No. 4 (2002)
Janet Brennan Croft, University of OklahomaFollow
Examines Tolkien’s experiences during World War I and typical WWI themes in his writings: the pastoral moment, ritual and romance, and the sense of national literature. Looks at how Tolkien mythologized his war experiences in his fiction.
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