The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference

9780905520247.jpgThe Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference

Auteurs Sarah Wells (éd.)
Publication 2008
Éditeurs Tolkien Society

À propos de l'évènement

Tolkien 2005: The Ring Goes Ever On est une convention tenue par la Tolkien Society du 11 au 15 août 2015. Elle s'est déroulé à l'Université d'Aston à Birmingham et a marqué le 50ème anniversaire de la publication du Seigneur des Anneaux.

Présentation de l'éditeur (traduction)

The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference est un double volume qui contient la majorité des conférences présentées lors de la convention. Dans ces deux gros volumes (834 pages), vous trouverez 97 articles sur tous les aspects des œuvres de Tolkien, y compris les sources, les adaptations cinématographiques, ses personnages, sa vie et son héritage. Parmi les auteurs qui ont contribué se trouvent Tom Shippey, John Garth, Patrick Curry, Colin Duriez, Dimitra Fimi et Rhona Beare. Les autres contributeurs viennent de partout dans le monde : France, Pays-Bas, Italie, Pologne, Espagne, Russie, Norvège, Brésil, mais aussi des USA ou du Royaume-Uni.


Section One: Tolkien's Life

  • Nancy Martsch: “The Ace Copyright Affair”
  • John Garth: ”'As under a green sea': visions of war in the Dead Marshes”
  • Sharin Schroeder: “Invented, Borrowed, and Mixed Myths in the 'kinds of books we want to read'”
  • Franco Manni and Simone Bonechi: “The Complexity of Tolkien's Attitude Towards the Second World War”
  • Charles A. Coulombe: “Romantic Conservatives: The Inklings in Their Political Context”
  • Eric Rauscher: “We Had Nothing to Say to One Another — J.R.R. Tolkien and Charles Williams, Another Look”
  • Richard Sturch: “On Tolkien, and Williams, and Tolkien on Williams”

Section Two: Tolkien's Literary Achievement

  • Marjorie Burns: “Containment and Progression in J.R.R. Tolkien's World”
  • Andrea Ulrich: “Approaching Reality in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Giovanni Agnoloni: “Tolkien as a Benchmark of Comparative Literature — Middle-earth in Our World”
  • Robin Anne Reid and Judy Ann Ford: “From Beowulf to Post-modernism: Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching of J.R.R.Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings”
  • Ella van Wyk: “The Great Questions”
  • Catherine Hefferan-Hays: “Unlocking Supplementary Events in the Dreams, Visions, and Prophesies of J.R.R. Tolkien's Work”
  • Patrick Curry: “Iron Crown, Iron Cage: Tolkien and Weber on Modernity and Enchantment”
  • Tanya Glofcheskie: “Life as a Shared Story: Narrative Freedom in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Tanya Glofcheskie: “Descriptions of Nature in The Lord of the Rings: Outline of a method for analysis”
  • Ralph C. Wood: “J.R.R.Tolkien: Our Post-modern Contemporary”
  • Vincent Ferré: “Tolkien, the author and the critic: Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth and The Lord of the Rings”
  • Anna Vaninskaya: “Tolkien: A Man of His Time?”

Section Three: Tolkien in Other Lands

  • Thomaz Brasil: “Tolkien's Legacy in Brazil”
  • Anna Dabkkowska: “The Polish Story of The Lord of the Rings”
  • Helios De Rosario-Martínez: “The Translation of Tolkien's work into Spanish and Catalan”
  • Roberto Arduini and Raffaella Benvenuto: “Place Names in the Italian Translation of The Lord of the Rings”
  • Natalya Prilutskaya: “Russian Followers of J.R.R.Tolkien”

Section Four: Other Voices

  • Nataliya Oryshchuk: “J.R.R.Tolkien and Alexander Grin: Two Literary “Cults” in the USSR and Post-Soviet Russia”
  • Wolfgang Penetsdorfer: “The Hunt for the One Tolkien”
  • David Emerson: “Tolkien and Moorcock: Achieving literary depth through vertical and horizontal explorations of time”
  • Charles Butler: “After the Inklings”
  • Colin Duriez: “Tolkien in fiction”

Section Five: The Telling of Tales: Myth and Storytelling

  • Ian Russell Lowell: “Across No Man's Land”
  • Kate Karegeorgi: “Tolkien and Universality”
  • Kristina Sepe: ”'Tell Them Stories': The Consciousness of Myth in Tolkien and Pullman”
  • Rosana Rios: “Storytelling in the White Council”
  • Allan Turner: “Putting the Paratext in Context”

Section Six: Tolkien's People

  • Beatriz Domínguez Ruiz: “The concept of masculinity in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings”
  • Douglas Charles Rapier: “Frodo's Temptation, Frodo's Failure”
  • Romuald (Ronnie) Ian Lakowski: “Tolkien's 'Love Triangle': Aragorn's Relationships with Êowyn and Arwen”
  • Melody Green: “The Riddle of Strider: A Cognitive Linguistic Reading”
  • Anna Smol: “Male Friendship in The Lord of the Rings: Medievalism, the First World War, and Contemporary Rewritings”
  • Nicole Topham: “The Time That Is Given To Us: Hope, Sacrifice, and Courage in The Lord of the Rings”
  • David Weber: “Transfigured Sadness: Characterizations of Sadness in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Constance G.J. Wagner: “The War Within: Frodo as Sacrificial Hero”
  • Beth Russell: “Galadriel and Her Lovers”
  • Judith Klinger: “The Fallacies of Power: Frodo's Resistance to the Ring”
  • Lynnette R. Porter: “Courage and the Ability to Adapt”

Section Seven: Tolkien's Legacy

  • Nils Ivar Agøy: “Why Is Tolkien So Popular?”
  • Patty Howerton: “Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings: An Inspiration for Education and Study Worldwide”
  • Patty Howerton: “Tolkien's Middle-earth: Lesson Plans for Secondary School Educators”
  • Mike Foster: “Teaching Tolkien”
  • Miriam Glasser: “The Fantasy Genre and its Characteristics”

Section Eight: Theology and the Nature of Good and Evil

  • Donald T. Williams: “The Everlasting Hobbit: Perspectives on the Human in Tolkien's Mythos”
  • Davide Cattaneo: “Divine presence and providence in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Greg Wright: “Fellowship and the Rings: An Ecumenical Approach to Tolkien”
  • Ronald Hutton: “The Pagan Tolkien”
  • Zach Watkins: “Satan and The Silmarillion: John Milton's Angelic Decline in J.R.R. Tolkien's Melkor”
  • Zach Watkins: “Mortality and Immortality: A panel discussion on 'Mortality and Immortality'”
  • Pedro Ángeles-Ruiz: “Catholic 'contrafactura' of myth in some J.R.R. Tolkien's writings
  • Beppe Roncari and Davide Cattaneo: “Tolkien and Christianity”
  • Dean Slavic: “The Underworld in Tolkien's Novel The Lord of the Rings”
  • Thomas Fornet-Ponse: “Different concepts of evil in The Lord of the Rings?”
  • Tim McKenzie: “I Pity Even His Slaves: Tolkien and the Theology of Evil”
  • Jill Delsigne: “Hobbits, Tolkien, and God: Writing Eucatastrophe and the Problem of Evil”

Section Nine: Tolkien's Sources

  • Colin Manlove: “How much does Tolkien owe to the work of George MacDonald?”
  • Renée Vink: “Immortality and the death of love: J.R.R. Tolkien and Simone de Beauvoir”
  • Sash Uusjärv: “Influences of the Kalevala in The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien”
  • Michael Scott Rohan: “Which story, I wonder? said Gandalf… Was Tolkien the real Ring-thief?”
  • Maria Artamanova: “Tolkien's writings in Old Germanic languages”
  • David Bratman: “Hobbit Names Aren't From Kentucky”
  • Murray Smith: “Some possible origins of the Stewards of Gondor”
  • Joe R. Christopher: “Sir Gawain's Pentangle”
  • Christina Fawcett: “Reluctant Warrior: Tolkien's conflicted language in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Jessica Yates: “William Morris's influence on J.R.R.Tolkien”

Section Ten: Middle-earth at the Movies

  • LeiLani Hinds: “Peter Jackson and Tolkien's Catholicism”
  • DawnEllen Jacobs: “Implicit and Explicit Treatments of Catholic Imagery in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Jackson's Film Trilogy”
  • Lance Weldy: “Peregrin's “Journey in the Dark”: Jackson's Substitution in Agency”
  • Cherylynn Silvia: “One Ring to Rule Them All: Power and Surveillance in the Film Adaptations of The Lord of the Rings”
  • Gwydion M. Williams: “Eyeing Sauron: Tolkien in the language of film”
  • Christopher Garbowski: “Songs of Innocence and Experience: Tolkien at the Movies”
  • Maggie Fernandes: “Logos, the Silver Path to The Lord of the Rings: The Word in Novel and Film Writing”
  • Martin Barker: “Tolkien's Books and Peter Jackson's Films”

Section Eleven: Tolkien's World

  • Tom Shippey: “A Fund of Wise Sayings: Proverbiality in Tolkien”
  • Luke Niiler: “From Conqueror to Citizen: Tolkien's Fantastic Ecology”
  • Charles E. Bressler: “J.R.R. Tolkien's Love of Words The Revelatory Nature of Tolkien's Aphorisms in The Lord of the Rings”
  • C. Riley Auge: “Crossing the Threshold: Doors and Other Passageways in Tolkien's Words and Images”
  • Ian Russell Lowell: “Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good, Eight Legs Evil?”
  • Natalya Prilutskaya: “The Problem of Machine Technology in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Michael J. Colvin: “Frozen Nature: Abiding Technology in Tolkien's World”
  • Christopher Kreuzer: “Numbers in Tolkien”
  • Dimitra Fimi: “Material Culture and Materiality in Middle-earth: Tolkien and Archaeology”
  • Rhona Beare: “Influence of Climate on Myth: Tolkien's Theory and Practice”
  • Michal Lesniewski: “The Question of the “Round Arda”: An Abandoned Idea, or Another Perspective on Tolkien's Legendarium”
  • Benjamin Rollins: ”'I will [not] serve the master of the Precious': Bataille's Economy in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings”
  • Carolina A. Panero: “Dealing with Elvish Languages”
  • Christian Weichmann: “Niggle's picture – Parish's Garden: Gardens in Tolkien's Work”
  • Margarita Carretero-González: “The loss of the Entwives: the biological dimension of gender construction in The Lord of the Rings”
  • Anna Adamczyk “Nifrodel”: “Tolkien and Nature”
  • Kristine Larsen: “A Little Earth of His Own: Tolkien's Lunar Creation Myths”

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