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Series: Mythlore

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Black & White Ogre Country: the Lost Tales of Hilary Tolkien.(Book review): An article from: Mythlore by Glen GoodKnightarticle
In the Land of Invented Languages: Esperanto Rock Stars, Klingon Poets, Loglan Lovers, and the Mad Dreamers who Tried to Build a Perfect Language.(Book review): An article from: Mythlore by Harley J. Simsarticle
The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy: One Book to Rule Them All.(Book review): An article from: Mythlore by Clark Huttonarticle
Mythlore by The Mythopoeic Societymisc. issues
Through a dark lens: Jackson's Lord of the Rings as abject horror.: An article from: Mythlore by R. D. Hallarticle
Mythlore; Issue 10. Vol.3, No.2. by The Mythopoeic Society10
Mythlore 3.4 by Mythopoeic Society12
Mythlore: A Journal of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, and Charles Williams Studies. No. 18, Autumn 1978 (Vol. 5, no. 2) by The Mythopoeic Society18
Mythlore Xxxvii by Mythopoeic Society37
Mythlore Xxxviii by Mythopoeic Society38
Mythlore. Issue 45. Vol.12, No.3. by The Mythopoeic Society45
Mythlore [12.4/46]; A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, General Fantasy and Mythic Studies; Number 46; Volume 12, No. 4; Summer 1986 by Mythopoeic Society46
Mythlore XLVII (Vol.13, No.1, Autumn 1986) by Mythopoeic Society47
Mythlore [13.2/48]; A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, General Fantasy and Mythic Studies; Number 48; Volume 13, No. 2; Winter 1986 by Mythopoeic Society48
Mythlore [13.3/49]; A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, General Fantasy and Mythic Studies; Number 49; Volume 13, No. 3; Spring 1987 by Mythopoeic Society49
Mythlore [13.4/50]; A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, General Fantasy and Mythic Studies; Number 50; Volume 13, No. 4; Summer 1987 by The Mythopoeic Society50
Mythlore Liv by Mythopoeic Society54
Mythlore LVI (Vol.15, No.2, Winter 1988) by Mythopoeic Society56
Mythlore LVII (Vol.15, No.3, Spring 1989) by Mythopoeic Society57
Mythlore LVIII (Vol.15, No.4, Summer 1989) by Mythopoeic Society58
Mythlore Lx by Mythopoeic Society60
Mythlore LXI (Vol.16, No.3, Spring 1990) by Mythopoeic Society61
Mythlore LXIII (Vol.17, No.1, Autumn 1990) by Mythopoeic Society63
Mythlore Lxv by Mythopoeic Society65
Mythlore LXVI (Vol.15, No.2, Winter 1988) by Mythopoeic Society66
Mythlore LXVII (Vol.18, No.1, Autumn 1991) by Mythopoeic Society67
Mythlore LXVIII (Vol.18, No.2, Spring 1992) by Mythopoeic Society68
Mythlore LXX (Vol.18, No.4, Autumn 1992) by Mythopoeic Society70
Mythlore LXXII (Vol. 19, No.2, Spring 1993) by Mythopoeic Society72
Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference, 1992: Proceedings of the Conference Held at Keble College, Oxfor by Patricia Reynolds80
Mythlore: A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature by Jay Ruud88
Mythlore 24.2 by Mythopoeic Society92
Mythlore, Volume 24, No. 3/4 by Janet Brennan Croft93, 94
Mythlore, Volume 25, No. 1/2 by Janet Brennan Croft95, 96
Mythlore, Volume 25, No. 3/4 by Janet Brennan Croft97, 98
Mythlore, Volume 26, No. 1/2 by Janet Brennan Croft99, 100
Mythlore, Volume 26, No. 3/4 by Janet Brennan Croft101, 102
Mythlore, Volume 27, No. 1/2 by Janet Brennan Croft103, 104
Mythlore, Volume 27, No. 3/4 by Janet Brennan Croft105, 106
Mythlore, Volume 28, No. 1/2 by Janet Brennan Croft107, 108
Mythlore: A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature 28.3-4 by Jay Ruud109, 110
Mythlore, Volume 29, No. 1/2 by Janet Brennan Croft111, 112
Mythlore, Volume 29, No. 3/4 by Janet Brennan Croft113, 114
Mythlore : A Journal of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams and Mythopoeic Literature : Issue 117/118 Volume 30 No. 3/4 Spring/Summer 2012 by Janet Brennan Croft117, 118

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Mythlore was originally a quarterly journal published by the Mythopoeic Society, dedicated to the study of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and works of myth and fantasy in general. Around 2005(?) it became a bi-annual publication, but retained its quarterly volume/issue numbering. Issues are listed here under their "whole number" rather than by volume/issue number.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mythlore

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