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Even more importantly, they have continued to encourage me throughout the project and have provided excellent advice. Their own entries—some of the most difﬁcult—have also contributed enormously to the book. At Wheaton College, my student research partners, Stephanie Olsen and Melissa Smith-MacDonald, were instrumental in helping me to develop the original table of contents for the Encyclopedia. Marcel R. Bu¨lles and Rebecca Epstein were invaluable in completing the work. My colleagues in the English department and beyond have continued to support my work, and Marilyn Todesco has saved me from my own mistakes and generously provided the friendship and encouragement (as she always does) that allow me to work.
After the death of Cwen, Eriol journeys westward over the ocean to Tol Eresse¨a, where he marries an Elvish woman with whom he has another son, Heorrenda. During his sojourn, Eriol also learns the ‘‘Lost Tales of Elﬁnesse’’ from the Elves themselves and even witnesses the ruin of Elvish Tol Eresse¨a. He, together with his son, afterward returns to his homeland. The tales of the Elves were written down either by Eriol himself or by Heorrenda. The latter joins his half-brothers Hengest and Horsa, who are to be identiﬁed with the semimythical Jutish leaders of the Germanic tribes that came over to Britain in the ﬁfth century AD.
Tolkien. Boston: Houghton Mifﬂin, 1972. Noel, Ruth S. The Mythology of Middle-earth. Boston: Houghton Mifﬂin, 1978. A. The Road to Middle-earth. Boston: Houghton Mifﬂin, 2000. See also Goldberry; Monster (Barrow-wight); Poems by JRRT: Adventures of Tom Bombadil; Rhyme Schemes and Alliteration; Tom Bombadil 3 ÆLFWINE (OLD ENGLISH ‘‘ELF-FRIEND’’) ÆLFWINE (OLD ENGLISH ‘‘ELF-FRIEND’’) Ælfwine is a common Anglo-Saxon name (cf. Ælfwine [died 937 in the Battle of Brunanburh], grandson of King Alfred; or Ælfwine, abbot of the New Minster, Winchester, 1031–57) and comprises the equally common Anglo-Saxon name-elements ælf (‘‘elf,’’ cf.