1. “The Lord of the Rings” Movie Trilogy – Movie Reviews and Analysis 2. “The Hobbit” Movie Trilogy – Movie Reviews and Analysis 3. How “The Lord of the Rings” Changed the Fantasy Genre 4. J.R.R. Tolkien – A Biography of the Great Author 5. An Inside Look at Tolkien’s Writing Process 6. Did Tolkien’s Books Inspire “Game of Thrones”? 7. A Look at the Adaptations of Tolkien’s Works 8. Exploring Tolkien’s Universe – Themes, Characters, and More 9. Why Is Tolkien’s Writing So Revered? 10. The Influence of Tolkien’s Works on Popular Culture
Payne and McKay understand the academic aspect of Tolkien’s work. Twice during the season, Galadriel goes to archives (one in the mortal kingdom of Númenor, another in the Elven Eregion) in search of the truth about Sauron. But there will be no flipping through card catalogs or paging through dusty tomes for our heroine—she has orcs to eviscerate. Galadriel has librarians pull the scrolls for her. Like the show itself, she’s afraid to sit still.
The Buddies find themselves back in Tolkien’s Middle Earth, this time watching The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Let’s just say this wasn’t the Buddies favorite movie. They discuss the differences between The Hobbit book versus movie, argue about throwing money at problems, food meaning, fully stocked pantries, and much more. Are you in need of a cathartic experience after watching the movie or maybe you are just looking for advice on dealing with a large goiter, either way you’ve come to the right place.
This post contains affiliate links. Creativity requires imagination. All fiction authors strive for it, but they do so in very different ways. Jack Kerouac wrote “On the Road” in 20 days on a single roll of paper. His fitness regime consisted of coffee and Benzedrine. J. R. R. Tolkien wrote “Lord of the Rings” on
Michael Tolkien publishes his new collection of poetry which reflects the dynamism of the natural world and mercurial nature of human relationships About this poetry collection: Uncertainty is a major theme of this collection. It is shown to be perplexing, moving, even uplifting, as found in personal relationships and behaviour observed in both the human…
Admittedly, I knew very little about Oxford and C.S. Lewis before embarking on a walking tour of the university with The Enchanted Book Club. It ended up being one of the most memorable parts of our literary trip! Exploring Oxford University is experiencing living history. Getting to walk in the footsteps of C.S. Lewis, Tolkien,