Hither Shore 14 – Literary Worldbuilding

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Hither Shore
  1. Tolkien und seine Deutungen
  2. Tolkiens Weltbild(er)
  3. Die History of Middle-earth
  4. Tolkiens kleinere Werke
  5. Der Hobbit
  6. Gewalt, Konflikt und Krieg bei Tolkien
  7. Tolkien und Romantik
  8. Tolkien und das Mittelalter
  9. Tolkiens Einfluss auf die moderne Fantasy
  10. Tolkien-Adaptionen
  11. Natur und Landschaft in Tolkiens Werk
  12. Tolkien’s “On Fairy-stories”
  13. Tolkiens Philosophie der Sprache
  14. Literary Worldbuilding

Der Band enthält unter anderem die Beiträge des Interdisziplinären Seminars der Deutschen Tolkien Gesellschaft vom 27-29. Oktober 2017 in Augsburg

Informationen zum Band

Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Preface
  • Preface
  • Tolkien Seminar 2017
    • On No Magic in Tolkien: Resisting the Representational Criteria of Realism
    • Apologie der Phantastik
    • How to Distinguish Secondary from Primary Creations? A Leibnizian Elucidation of a Distinction by J.R.R. Tolkien
    • We are Middle-earth: Transmedia Worldbuilding and Media Convergence
    • Worldbuilding and Mythopoeia in Modern Fantasy Literature
    • Points of Departure through Strange Realms: Literary Worldbuilding in Tolkien, Jordan and Williams
    • The Writer as a Scribe: Sub-creation in J.R.R, Tolkien and J.L. Borges
    • Horrifying Armies of Darkness and their Function as Embodiments of Evil and Catalysts of Change within Sub-created Worlds
    • One Pair of Eyes: Focalisation and Worldbuilding
    • Then Smaug Spoke: on Constructing the Fantastic via Dialogue in Tolkien’s Story Cosmos
    • Forms of Racism as a Facet of Worldbuilding in Fantasy Literature
    • Sub-creating a World: from Artifice to Artefact
    • Eucatastrophe and Tolkien’s Worldbuilding. A Theological Reading
    • Deconstructing the “Historical” Background in Tolkien’s Foreword to Farmer Giles of Ham
    • Standing between Spaces and Inhabiting Multiple Worlds with the Eld Green and Kyn Folk
    • Satirical Worldbuilding: from Brobdingnag to Tralfamadore
    • In Search of Individuality and Fundamental Reality in Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere
    • Game of Thrones Seen through the Prism of Tolkien’s Theory on Fairy Stories
    • “I regard men and women as all human”. Women’s History in the World of George R.R. Martin
    • Romantische Weltgestaltung in H.P. Lovecrafts Werk
    • Die Welt der Deryni und ihre Entstehung
  • Conference Scholarship 2017
    • The Voice of Nature in Middle-earth through the Lens of Testimony
    • Discourses of Knowledge and Power: Invisibility and Seeing in The Lord of the Rings
  • Summaries of the German Essays
  • Zusammenfassungen der englischen Essays
  • Reviews/Rezensionen
    • Lisa Coutras: Tolkien’s Theology of Beauty. Majesty, Splendor, and Transcendence in Middle-earth.
    • M. May, M. Baumann, R.Baumgartner, T. Eder (Hrsg.): Die Welt von
    • Game of Thrones. Kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven auf
    • G.R.R. Martins A Song of Ice and Fire
    • Tokien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. Vol. XIII
    • Julian T.M. Eilmann: J.R.R. Tolkien, Romanticist and Poet
    • Tolkien Studies: An Annual Scholarly Review. Vol. XIV
    • Claudio A. Testi: Pagan Saints in Middle-earth
  • Unsere Autorinnen & Autoren
  • Siglen-Liste

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