WE have official notice that the anthology below is due out from McFarland in summer 2011 (probably July, maybe earlier).
Picturing Tolkien: Essays on Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings Film Trilogy.
I. Bogstad, Janice M. and Philip Kaveny. Introduction: Tolkien And Cinema
II. Techniques of Structure and Story
Thompson, Kristin. “Gollum talks to Himself: Problems and Solutions in the Film Adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.”
Flieger, Verlyn. “Sometimes One Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures.”
Rateliff, John D. “Two Kinds of Absence: Elision & Exclusion in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings.”
Risden, E. L. “Tolkien's Resistance to Linearity: Narrating The Lord of the Rings in Fiction and Film.”
Fimi, Dimitra. “Filming Folklore: Adapting Fantasy for the Big Screen through Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings.”
Kisor, Yvette. “Making the Connection on Page and Screen in Tolkien’s and Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings.”
Schroeder, Sharin. “‘It’s Alive!’ Tolkien’s Monster on the Screen.”
Woosnam-Savage, Robert C. “The Matériel of Middle-earth: Arms, and Armour in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy.”
III. Techniques of Character and Culture
Ford, Judy Ann and Robin Anne Reid. “Into the West: Far Green Country or Shadow on the Waters?”
Kaveny, Philip E. “Frodo Lives but Gollum Redeems the Blood of Kings.”
Walter, Brian. “The Grey Pilgrim: Gandalf and the Challenges of Characterization in Middle-Earth.”
Croft, Janet Brennan. “ Jackson’s Aragorn and the American Superhero Monomyth.”
West, Richard C. “Neither the Shadow nor the Twilight: the Love Story of Aragorn and Arwen in Literature and Film.”
Bogstad, Janice M. “Concerning Horses: Establishing Cultural Settings from Tolkien to Jackson.”
Drout, Michael D.C. “The Rohirrim, the Anglo-Saxons, and the Problem of Appendix F:
Ambiguity and Reference in Tolkien’s Books and Jackson’s Films.”
Ricke, Joseph and Catherine Barnett. “Filming the Numinous: the Fate of Lothlorien in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings.”
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