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The Walking Tree Publishers collect and publish essays, papers and monographs from a broad range of different authors covering an equally diverse palette of topics, ranging from linguistics to theology.

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1st May 2017: Another review of Laughter in Middle-earth

A further short review of Laughter in Middle-earth: Humour in and around the Works of JRR Tolkien has appeared. This time on Goodreads.

The review can be read here here.

(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=131 )

26th April 2017: Deep Roots in a Time of Frost reviewed in Beyond Bree

A review of Deep Roots in a Time of Frost has been published in the April 2017 edition of Beyond Bree. To see the review, please click here.

An earlier review of the book was published in the August 2015 edition of the same journal.

(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=130 )

22th March 2017: Laughter in Middle-earth reviewed

A review of Laughter in Middle-earth: Humour in and around the Works of JRR Tolkien has appeared on the Laughter in Middle-earth Facebook Group.

The Laughter in Middle-earth Facebook Group is a public group where people can discuss the Walking Tree Publishers book "Laughter in Middle-earth". Contributors to the book are members who can respond to questions about their articles. English is the preferred language over any of the Elvish dialects.

The group is located here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/324159177970965/

The review can be read on this website here.

(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=129 )

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Today's selection ...

 
Eru will enter Ëa: The Creational-Eschatological Hope of J.R.R. Tolkien
Yannick Imbert
 

Representations of Nature in Middle-earth
As Tolkien readers and scholars have long noted, nature holds a special place in Tokien's primary and secondary worlds. As such, nature is constantly on the central stage, even when it is not the primary narrative plot. Intertwined with the ... (read more)

(A different book or paper from our portfolio is featured here every day. This publication is featured on 25th May 2017. Click here if this is not today's version.)
 


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