Caution! This post contains long texts. You have been warned. When I first watched the fellowship of the ring, when Bilbo said, Old Toby. The finest weed in southfarthing. I always thought he was talking about Gandalf's pipe, for some reason, as if It had a nickname. Then we hear Gandalf telling Radagast the brown … Continue reading Old Toby; Pipe for Hobbit? Or, concerning Pipe-weed
I remember a part of the text in the fellowship of the ring, Through the throat of one huge leader Aragorn passed his sword with a thrust; with a great sweep Boromir heard the head off another. Fellowship of the ring, book 2, chapter 4, Page 335-336 Does that mean Wargs are actually smaller than … Continue reading Wargs are small?
There's a question bugging me for a while now, and I'm finally posting it here on this blog. Have you noticed that the Wargs in the Hobbit trilogy, are different from the Wargs in the Lord of the rings trilogy? In the Lotr trilogy, the Wargs had shorter heads, and I think they were smaller, … Continue reading Why do the Wargs look different?
All that is good does on glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the first. From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall be spring; Renewed shall blade that was broken: The crownless again … Continue reading Renewed shall Blade that was broken…
These tears we cry, are falling rain, from all the lies you told us, the hurt, the blame...
(Above: This is my last attempt in trying something like this … I promise!)
– The ultimate reading experience
This is the real deal. Forget what you’ve read in ‘The Hobbit’ or ‘The Lord of the Rings’ (actually, it would be wise to remember everything), cleanse your mind of any thoughts, sit down and start (or try) reading ‘The Silmarillon’…
Complicated book, complicated (and long) blog post.
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