Mallorn 43 is the forty-third issue of the The Tolkien Society's annual journal Mallorn, published in July 2005.
- Virtual History: Arnor: the Numenorean inheritance; Chapter 3: Nendor and the Enedre
- "The road goes ever on: Tolkien's use of the 'Journey' motive in reconstructing The Lord of the Rings"
- "Botanical notes on the Mallorn"
- "Arthur and Aragorn: Arthurian influence in The Lord of the Rings"
- "A history of song: The transmission of memory in Middle-earth"
- "Tolkien's women (and men): the films and the book"
- "Gandalf as torturer: the ticking bomb terrorist and due process in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings"
- "Merry in focus: On Ring fever, having adventures, being overlooked, and not getting left behind"
- "Tolkien's Burning Briar - an astronomical explanation"
- "Perspectives on reality in The Lord of the Rings: Part II - Nature, beauty and death"
- By: Gerardo Barajas Garrido
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