Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages

Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages

Jane Chance Alfred Siewers / Sep 16, 2019

Tolkien s Modern Middle Ages J R R Tolkien delved into the Middle Ages to create a critique of the modern world in his fantasy yet did so in a form of modernist literature with postmodern implications and huge commercial success

  • Title: Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages
  • Author: Jane Chance Alfred Siewers
  • ISBN: 9780230616790
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • J.R.R Tolkien delved into the Middle Ages to create a critique of the modern world in his fantasy, yet did so in a form of modernist literature with postmodern implications and huge commercial success These essays examine that paradox and its significance in understanding the intersection between traditionalist and counter culture criticisms of the modern The approach hJ.R.R Tolkien delved into the Middle Ages to create a critique of the modern world in his fantasy, yet did so in a form of modernist literature with postmodern implications and huge commercial success These essays examine that paradox and its significance in understanding the intersection between traditionalist and counter culture criticisms of the modern The approach helps to explain the popularity of his works, the way in which they continue to be brought into dialogue with twenty first century issues, and their contested literary significance in the academy.

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    1. This is a very interesting collection of essays. I don't know much about the literature of the Middle Ages and it was interesting to see how much of Tolkien's work can be understood in that context. I enjoyed all the essays in the volume, though I could have done without Ted Nasmith on himself. I may be a little biased though, since I don't particularly like his paintings.


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