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Philology and Language Studies: Invented Languages

Philology and Language Studies: Invented Languages The Year’s Work in Tolkien Studies 2013 decision making. As someone trained in literary and cultural studies, I find the essay’s major point of interest to be how it shows the utility of Tolkien’s work in this e fi ld as well as the quality of his dramatization of a philosophical theory. Philology and Language Studies: In ven ted Languages [David Bratman] Three notable works on Tolkien’s creative philology appeared this year. By far the larger of two first publications from Tolkien’s m - anu scripts is Qenya Noun Structu, w re hich forms issue 21 of Parma Eldalam - beron, the continuing boo fko-rm pre sen ta tion of the major texts of this material (Mountain View, CA: Parma Eldalamberon, 2013). One of the shorter volumes in the series, it contains a foreword by editors Christopher Gilson, Patrick H. Wynne, and Arden R. Smith ( xxiiiv ) – describing the oth w er ise unannotated (except for textual footnotes) texts that follo T w h. ese are technical grammatical studies, mostly in narrative form with a fe ta w bles. The foreword informs us that “the types of Elvish script u .s .e .d are early v ra i e http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tolkien Studies West Virginia University Press

Philology and Language Studies: Invented Languages

Tolkien Studies , Volume 13 – Dec 14, 2016

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West Virginia University Press
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Copyright © 2008 West Virginia University Press.
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1547-3163

Abstract

The Year’s Work in Tolkien Studies 2013 decision making. As someone trained in literary and cultural studies, I find the essay’s major point of interest to be how it shows the utility of Tolkien’s work in this e fi ld as well as the quality of his dramatization of a philosophical theory. Philology and Language Studies: In ven ted Languages [David Bratman] Three notable works on Tolkien’s creative philology appeared this year. By far the larger of two first publications from Tolkien’s m - anu scripts is Qenya Noun Structu, w re hich forms issue 21 of Parma Eldalam - beron, the continuing boo fko-rm pre sen ta tion of the major texts of this material (Mountain View, CA: Parma Eldalamberon, 2013). One of the shorter volumes in the series, it contains a foreword by editors Christopher Gilson, Patrick H. Wynne, and Arden R. Smith ( xxiiiv ) – describing the oth w er ise unannotated (except for textual footnotes) texts that follo T w h. ese are technical grammatical studies, mostly in narrative form with a fe ta w bles. The foreword informs us that “the types of Elvish script u .s .e .d are early v ra i e

Journal

Tolkien StudiesWest Virginia University Press

Published: Dec 14, 2016

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