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Das Buch zum Film ... oder so?

Mein Verhältnis zu Literaturverfilmungen ist, gelinde gesagt, gespalten. Die meisten regen mich einfach nur auf, vor allem wenn sie Büchern, die ich liebe, so absolut nicht gerecht werden – John Irvings… 935 more words

Literatur

Film Review: The Desolation of Smaug

Warning: Spoilers, including spoilers for parts of The Hobbit that will be covered in the third film.

I’ve been away so long you’d probably thought I’d done a Bilbo, and gone off to foreign parts in search of adventure. 2,591 more words

Movie Review

Catching Up with Gloin the Dwarf

Frodo had come out of his mini-coma after being rescued and taken to Rivendell and was hungry. He was led downstairs after a chat with Gandalf and was seated at a large table. 736 more words

Woundedwanderer

Hello!

I am such a fan of J.R.R Tolkien! His tales of dragons and far off places are such fascinating stories. His way with words is so powerful and moving. 211 more words

Heartbroken

World of the Mio Pilamùr

When I was ten years old and started writing my first book, it was set in this place called – very originally – the Magic Islands. 255 more words

Fantasy Fiction

Parishioner Brings Home Paschal Greeting in New Language

Plum Creek, Michigan, USA — Marsha (St. Joanna the Myrrhbearer) Winthrop brought back the Paschal greeting in a new language, which she learned on a spring vacation in Idaho. 365 more words

Church Calendar

Rune Writing

Here is a poem I wrote earlier today (April 19th). Yesterday I was at Half-Price Books and I found the most wonderful book, “The Languages of Tolkien’s Middle Earth” which has the alphabets, pronunciations, and English-Elvish dictionary. 93 more words

Poetry