Vol. 25 (2006-2007)
No. 3 (2007)
Finding Woman's Role in The Lord of the Rings
Melissa McCrory Hatcher, University of Memphis, TNFollow
Offers an opposing viewpoint on the “taming” of the woman warrior in Tolkien, suggesting that Éowyn’s rejection of the warrior’s life is a fulfillment of Tolkien’s theme of healing and rebirth rather than a subjection to a male partner.
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