Wayne and Christina

Supplemental Bibliography for
The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide
Revised and Enlarged Edition (2017)

by Christina Scull and Wayne G. Hammond

Here we have recorded secondary works cited in addenda and corrigenda for The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide (new edition, 2017) or which we have consulted in writing additions and corrections, provided that they are not already listed among ‘Works Consulted’ in the Reader's Guide. Works which should have been in the 2017 published ‘Works Consulted’, but were overlooked, are entered in Reader’s Guide addenda.

Amendt-Raduege, Amy. ‘The Sweet and the Bitter’: Death and Dying in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press,  2018.

Arduini, Roberto, Giampaolo Conzonieri, and Claudio A. Testi. Tolkien and the Classics. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 2019.

Auden, W.H. Secondary Worlds. London: Faber and Faber, 1968.

Barman, Jean. Sojourning Sisters: The Lives and Letters of Jessie and Annie McQueen. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003.

Beowulf. Translated by Kevin Crossley-Holland. Introduction by Bruce Mitchell. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968.

Bowers, John M. ‘Did Tolkien Write The Lord of the Rings because He Was Avoiding His Academic Work?: How a Literary Icon Always Felt Guilty about His Failings with Chaucer’. Literary Hub, 27 January 2020. lithub.com/did-tolkien-write-the-lord-of-the-rings-because-he-was-avoiding-his-academic-work/

Bowers, John M. Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.

Bratman, David. ‘“Gifted Amateurs”: C.S. Lewis and the Inklings’. In C.S. Lewis: Life, Works, and Legacy, ed. Bruce Edwards. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2007. Vol. 3, pp. 279–320.

Bunting, Nancy, and Seamus Hamill-Keays. ‘Edith Mary, the Other Suffield Aunt’. Beyond Bree, May 2019, pp. 1–6; June 2019, pp. 3–6; July 2019, pp. 5–7; August 2019, pp. 1–7

Cilli, Oronzo. ‘The Leaves Were Long, the Cover Was Green’. Reply to Scull and Hammond review of Cilli, 2019. www.academia.edu/40982324.

—— ‘Tolkien, Trains and Two Discoveries: Meccano and Hornby’. Tolkieniano, 25 November 2017. tolkieniano.blogspot.com/2017/11/tolkien-i-treni-e-due-scoperte-meccano.html.

—— Tolkien’s Library: An Annotated Checklist. Edinburgh: Luna Press Publishing, 2019.

Coutras, Lisa. Tolkien’s Theology of Beauty: Majesty, Splendor, and Transcendence in Middle-earth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Croft, Janet Brennan. ‘Three Rings for Hollywood: Scripts for The Lord of the Rings by Zimmerman, Boorman, and Beagle’. Fantasy Fiction into Film: Essays. Ed. Leslie Stratyner and James R. Keller. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2007. pp. 7–20.

—— and Annika Röttinger, eds.‘Something Has Gone Crack’: New Perspectives on J.R.R. Tolkien in the Great War. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 2019.

D’Arcy, Martin Cyril. Laughter and the Love of Friends: Reminiscences of the Distinguished English Priest and Philosopher. Collated and ed. William S. Abell. Westminster, Maryland: Christian Classics, 1991.

Derdzinki, Ryszard. ‘Previously Unknown Letter by J.R.R. Tolkien on his ancestor from Poland! (1951)’. Tolknięty, 17 April 2019. tolkniety.blogspot.com/2019/04/unpublished-letter-of-j-r-r-tolkien-on.html.

Devaux, Michaël, and Guglielmo Spirito. ‘Laments and Mercy: Tolkien and Liturgical Music’. Eilmann and Schneidewind, Music in Tolkien’s Work and Beyond, pp. 29–58.

Dodds, David Llewellyn. ‘“Tolkien’s Narnia”?: Lit., Lang., Saints, Tinfang, and a Mythology – or Two – for Christmas’. Kuijpers, Vink, and van Zon, Tolkien among Scholars, pp. 85–103.

Eilmann, Julian, and Friedhelm Schneidewind, eds. Music in Tolkien’s Work and Beyond. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 2019.

Ferrández Bru, José Manuel. ‘Uncle Curro’: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Spanish Connection. Edinburgh: Luna Press Publishing, 2018.

Ferré, Vincent, and Frédéric Manfrin, eds. Tolkien: Voyage en Terre du Milieu. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France and Christian Bourgois, 2019.

Fimi, Dimitra, and Thomas Honegger, eds. Sub-creating Arda: World-building in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Work, Its Precursors and Its Legacies. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 2019.

Fisher, Jason. ‘Scattered Leaves’. Lingwë: Musings of a Fish, 21 October 2015. lingwe.blogspot.com/2015/10/scattered-leaves.html.

Flowers, Michael. ‘Tolkien in East Yorkshire, 1917–18: A Hemlock Glade, Two Towers, the Houses of Healing and a Beacon’. Croft and Röttinger, Something Has Gone Crack’: New Perspectives on J.R.R. Tolkien in the Great War, pp. 121–50.

Garth, John. ‘Ilu’s Music: The Creation of Tolkien’s Creation Myth’. Fimi and Honegger, Sub-creating Arda: World-building in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Work, Its Precursors and Its Legacies, pp. 117–51.

—— ‘Tolkien’s Last Friend in Oxford When the World Went to War’. Blog post, 29 July 2019. johngarth.wordpress.com/2019/07/29/tolkiens-last-friend-in-oxford-when-the-world-went-to-war/.

Gaughan, Jack. ‘The Ace Tolkien Covers’. Niekas 16 (late June 1966), pp. 47—9.

—— Letter to the editor. Niekas 13 (15 September 1965), p. 38.

Goering, Nelson. Comments on Beowulf and Aragorn’s song. Tolkien Society Facebook page. Read 3 September 2018.

—— Review of Raymond Edwards, Tolkien. Journal of Inklings Studies 7, no. 1 (April 2017), pp. 133–7. https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/abs/10.3366/ink.2017.7.1.8.

—— ‘Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer (2019) by John M. Bowers’. Journal of Tolkien Research 9, no. 1, article 3 (2020). https://scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol9/iss1/3.

Peter Harrington. Catalogue 147. London, November 2018.

Honegger, Thomas. ‘Scholarly Heroes, Heroic Scholars’. Kuijpers, Vink, and van Zon, Tolkien among Scholars, 2016. pp. 17–35.

Judd, Walter, and Graham Judd. Flora of Middle-earth: Plants of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Legendarium. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Kiermeier-Debre, Joseph, and Fritz Franz Vogel. Josef Madlener: Mein Kosmos. Köln: Böhlau Verlag, 2007.

Kim, Sue. ‘Beyond Black and White: Race and Postmodernism in The Lord of the Rings Films’. Modern Fiction Studies 50, no. 4 (Winter 2004), pp. 875–907.

King Edward’s School, Birmingham. King Edward’s School and the Great War: Memorial Roll of Honour 1914–1918. kes.org.uk/rollofhonour/index.html.

Kuijpers, Nathalie, Renée Vink, and Cécile van Zon, eds. Tolkien among Scholars. Leiden: Tolkien Genootschap Unquendor, 2016.

Kumamoto, Eduardo B. ‘“Written in a Fair Hand”: The Living Tradition of Medieval Scripts in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Calligraphy’. Journal of Tolkien Research 10, no. 2, article 8 (2020). scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol10/iss2/8.

Legg, Rodney. ‘Tolkien in Bournemouth and Dorset’. The Dorset Magazine, November 2009. 4 pp. www.dorsetlife.co.uk/2009/11/tolkien-in-bournemouth-and-dorset/.

Lewis, Alex, and Elizabeth Currie. Tolkien’s Switzerland: A Biography of One Special Summer. Artwork by Ruth Lacon. Elansea, 2019.

Loengard, John. As I See It. New York: Vendome Press, 2005.

McIlwaine, Catherine. Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth. Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2018.

—— Tolkien Treasures. Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2018.

—— ‘Tolkien at the Crossroads’. Literary Review (U.K.), February 2020, p. 64.

—— For earlier works by this author, see Parker, Catherine.

McIntosh, Jonathan S. Tolkien, St. Thomas, and the Metaphysics of Faërie. Kettering, Ohio: Angelico Press, 2017.

McLysaght, Emer. ‘Imagine If J.R.R. Tolkien Was Marking Your Exam Papers?’. thejournal.ie, 17 December 2012. www.thejournal.ie/tolkien-nui-galway-719797-Dec2012/.

Maggs Bros. Catalogue 1505. London, Christmas 2019.

‘The Master of Middle Earth and His Time in the West’. Blog post of Archives and Special Collections, James Hardiman Library, NUI Galway, 11 December 2012. nuigarchives.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-master-of-middle-earth-and-his-time.html. A web archive of exam papers by Tolkien for University College Galway linked from this site has been retired.

Meskys, Ed. ‘Bumbejimas: Of Tolkienish Things’. Niekas 12 (15 June 1965), pp. 77–8.

—— [Editorial comments]. Niekas 15 (12 March 1966), pp. 48–50.

Moncrieff, George K. Scott. ‘How the Humber Was Closed’. Blackwood’s Magazine, August 1923, pp. 205–18.

Neubauer, Łukasz. ‘The “Polish Inkling”: Przemysław Mroczkowski as Tolkien’s Friend and Scholar’. Mythlore 39, no. 1, whole no. 137 (Fall/Winter 2020), pp. 149–76.

Ogilvie, Sarah. Words of the World: A Global History of the Oxford English Dictionary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Orchard, Andy. ‘Found in Translation: Tolkien’s “Beowulf”‘. Oxford English 3 (2014), pp. 16–19.

Rateliff, John D. ‘The Flat Earth Made Round and Tolkien’s Failure to Finish The Silmarillion’. Journal of Tolkien Research 9, no. 1, article 5 (2020). scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol9/iss1/5.

Rearick, Anderson III. ‘Why Is the Only Good Orc a Dead Orc?: The Dark Face of Racism Examined in Tolkien’s World’. Modern Fiction Studies 50, no. 4 (Winter 2004), pp. 861–74.

Scull, Christina, and Wayne G. Hammond. ‘Tolkien's Library: An Annotated Checklist (2019) by Oronzo Cilli’. Journal of Tolkien Research 7, no. 1, article 10 (2019). scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol7/iss1/10.

Smith, Paul J. ‘French Connections in Middle-earth: The Medieval Legacy’. Kuijpers, Vink, and van Zon, Tolkien among Scholars (2016), pp. 119–35.

Smol, Anna. ‘Bodies in War: Medieval and Modern Tensions in “The Homecoming”’. Croft and Röttinger, Something Has Gone Crack’: New Perspectives on J.R.R. Tolkien in the Great War (2019), pp. 263–83.

Stubbs, Charles William. Byrhtnoth’s Prayer and Other Poems. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1899.

Testi, Claudio A. Pagan Saints in Middle-earth. Zurich: Walking Tree Press, 2018.

Thomsen, Morgan. ‘The History of Middle-earth Index Corrigenda’. Mythoi, 26 March 2012. mythoi.tolkienindex.net/#post3.

Tolkien, Christopher. The History of Middle-earth Index. Compiled by Helen Armstrong. London: HarperCollins, 2002.

Vaninskaya, Anna. Fantasies of Time and Death: Dunsany, Eddison, Tolkien. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Vink, Renée. ‘A Poet’s Choices: Tolkien, Heusler and the Gap in the Poetic Edda’. Kuijpers, Vink, and van Zon, Tolkien among Scholars (2016), pp. 137–50.

—— ‘Tolkien the Tinkerer: World-building versus Storytelling’. Fimi and Honegger, Sub-creating Arda: World-building in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Work, Its Precursors and Its Legacies (2019), pp. 177–97.

West, Richard C. ‘Canute and Beorhtnoth’. A Wilderness of Dragons: Essays in Honor of Verlyn Flieger, ed. John D. Rateliff (Wayzata, Minnesota: The Gabbro Head, 2018), pp. 335–58.

White, George. ‘A Piece of Bodleian History: Clues from the Stacks’. Oxford Libraries Graduate Trainees blog, 21 December 2017. blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/oxfordtrainees/2017/12/21/a-piece-of-bodleian-history-clues-from-the-stacks/.

Young, Helen. ‘Diversity and Difference: Cosmopolitanism and The Lord of the Rings’. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 21, no. 3 (2010), pp. 351–65.

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