The Road Goes ever on and on: Re-reading The Lord of the Rings in Lockdown

David McLaughlin

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Keywords


Tolkien; lockdown; walking; belonging; stories

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Tolkien, J.R.R. (2005) The Lord of the Rings. London: HarperCollins.


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