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Prince Caspian and the Honourable Shame of Humanity

Toward the end of Prince Caspian, after the decisive battle for the Narnian throne against the usurper Miraz, Aslan relays to Caspian the story of his heritage to explain his rightful place as the true king of Narnia. 477 more words

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A review of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" (2013)

I felt the same way about “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” (2013) as I did about its predecessor — it’s a beautifully rendered, immersive fantasy that still falls short of being a truly great movie.   480 more words

Realism in the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien and John Everett Millais

To the average reader, few things are as nonsensical as the introduction of mythological or fantastical beings or settings into a work of fiction or art. 899 more words

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Why Glorfindel is the Most Fun Tolkein Character

I’m a Tolkein nerd. I’m not on the level of someone who can speak Sindarin and Quenya fluently, but I at least know the difference between the two. 694 more words


The Fellowship of the Ring: Five Wise and Profound Quotes

On this day in 1954, J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring was first published. It’s the first book of the Lord of the Rings  634 more words


LEGO iOS sale: Movie Video Game hits lowest price ever, Lord of the Rings & Harry Potter $1 ea. (Reg. $5), more

Late yesterday afternoon, The LEGO Movie Video Game for iOS hit its lowest price ever and now we are seeing a few other notable LEGO iOS deals popping up on the App Store. 220 more words


The Lord of the Rings: Farmer Maggot's Cabbage and Sausage Soup

Merry: Don’t know why he’s so upset!  It’s only a couple of carrots.

Pippin: and some cabbages and those few bags of potatoes that we lifted last week.

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