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ENFJ- Gandalf the Grey

ENFJ- The Optimists

Mindset

NF- The Romantics

Gandalf’s insight into people and situations is extraordinary. He is adventurous, never staying in one place for very long. 122 more words

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ISFJ- Bilbo Baggins

 ISFJ- The Nurses

Mindset

(SFs- The Relaters)

Bilbo is always on the lookout for the well-being of his friends. He loves to be a help to others, and constantly thinks about his relationships (Smaug is able play on this weakness by suggesting that the dwarves are only using him for profit). 119 more words

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Behold! You Are Come to Cerin Amroth! (And Look! There's Dol Guldur!)

Even before having his blindfold removed, Frodo was enamored by Lothlorien. But once he could see, so much of it came flooding over him. This was done by direct order from Galadriel herself. 1,399 more words

Book Review - Tolkien: How an Obscure Oxford Professor Wrote The Hobbit and Became the Most Beloved Author of the Century

Tolkien: How an Obscure Oxford Professor Wrote The Hobbit and Became the Most Beloved Author of the Century by Devin Brown – Out today, October 21st from Abingdon Press… 461 more words

Books

Tolkien, Beowulf, and Borrowing

Recently, I read Tolkien’s translation of Beowulf, his original folk-tale version of the story, “Sallic Spell,” and The Rood and the Torc, a historical fiction novel set in the same culture as Beowulf (though later in history). 482 more words

Writing Advice

J.R.R. Tolkien: Hobbitul


„Legolas: Anotimpurile ce trec sunt doar valuri repetate la infinit în lungul, foarte lungul şuvoi. Numai că toate lucrurile de sub soare trebuie să ajungă, până la urmă, la un capăt.” (J.R.R. 585 more words

Proza Lunga

The Stain Upon Lothlorien

Lothlorien, by all accounts, was a really swell place. We’re told that “On the land of Lorien there was no stain.” Of course, that was written from Frodo’s point of view just after his blindfold was removed, and indeed it seemed to be true. 1,005 more words