Ents, Elves, and Eriador examines the underlying environmental philosophy in Tolkien’s major works as well as his lesser-known stories and essays. Matthew Dickerson and Jonathan Evans evaluate Tolkien’s writing, especially his Middle-earth legendarium, in the context of modern environmental literature. The authors compare Tolkien’s work with that of some of the most important environmental scholars and nature writers of the past century, including Wendell Berry, John Elder, Aldo Leopold, and Scott Sanders, highlighting Tolkien’s intellectual depth.
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