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One Does Not Simply...

One does not simply explain the love of trains. I decided it was time for Boromir of Gondor to help out us railfans explain ourselves. Use it well.

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Boromir the Misunderstood Hero

BOROMIR THE MISUNDERSTOOD HERO: A FALLEN MAN FINDS RECONCILING GRACE

By Martina Juričková, November 19, 2016

Word Count: 6484

Summary: A new look at Boromir as a misunderstood hero. 6,534 more words

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TWT: Faramir, Boromir, and the Fellowship of the Ring

In an analysis of the Fellowship of the Ring, one member is glaringly distinct from the others. Most of the Company is there out of concern for the common good, or for love of a friend. 780 more words

Tuesdays With Tolkien

Favorite Characters Part 1: Boromir

So I was watching The Fellowship of the Ring last night, and I realized something: I’m ridiculously defensive of Boromir as a character. I really am. 1,189 more words

Books

Boromir’s Greatest Victory

Those of you who have been paying attention during the podcasts so far have probably noticed that the passages I am often drawn to (or at least the ones I’m drawn to… 1,319 more words

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Actor Sean Bean's video game character can't even survive Civilization VI's trailer

What does Boromir of Lord of the Rings and Ned Stark of Game of Thrones have in common? They are both portrayed by actor Sean Bean. 101 more words

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Boromir: The Misunderstood Hero?

    

     Tolkien’s most famous novel The Lord of the Rings displays a multitude of characters, but probably no other of them is as controversial as Boromir. Many readers hold the view that Boromir was the only one truly complex character in this mostly strictly polarized novel. 6,502 more words

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