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Holly Ordway, ‘“Further Up and Further In”: Representations of Heaven in Tolkien and Lewis’, pp. 5-23
Yannick Imbert, ‘Tolkien’s Shire: The Ideal of a Conservative-AnarchistDistributist Governance’, pp. 25-53
Michael Black, ‘The Sources and Uses of Distributism: A Roman Catholic’sView of Anglo-Catholic Genius’, pp. 55-74
Bill Powell, ‘How to Craft a Just Economy (not enforce a mad utopia): Response to Michael Black’, pp. 75-92
Poems by Owen Barfield, pp. 95-97

Notes & Queries:

Joel D. Heck ‘Notes and Queries’, pp. 101-7

Book Reviews:
Thomas Möllenbeck and Berthold Wald (eds), Wahrheit und Selbstüberschreitung. C. S. Lewis und Josef Pieper über den Menschen. Review by Arend Smilde, pp. 111-16
Peter Miller, The Lion, the Witch, and the Extraordinary Perspective in C. S. Lewis. Review by Shannon C. Coker, pp. 117-19
Paul E. Kerry (ed.), The Ring and the Cross: Christianity and The Lord of the Rings. Review by Shaun Blanchard, pp. 120-23
Gary L. Tandy, The Rhetoric of Certitude: C.S. Lewis’s Nonfiction Prose. Review by Simon Vaughan, pp. 124-26