The sun has risen on yet another 25th of March, and that means it’s the start of Tolkien Reading Day!
This day, marking the destruction of the One Ring in The Lord of the Rings, is meant to praise the author’s works and encourage people to read Tolkien by quoting favourite passages.
Besides being a prolific writer, J.R.R. Tolkien was also quite the poet. I’ve mentioned numerous times my love for his poetry and, instead of focusing on the more popular and praised Middle-earth works, today I’ve decided to provide you with four beautiful extracts of these metrical compositions. Continue reading “Tolkien Reading Day 2017!”
Though this might not trouble some of you, I believe I’m letting down my own Tolkien self and feel the need to share.
Whilst the author’s works are too extensive to be read within the relatively brief amount of time I’ve been an ardent reader of Tolkien (15 years give or take), there are some books — written by or about him — that I feel disappointed at not having yet tackled them. Continue reading “Tolkien Books I HAVE NOT read (yet)”
Hope you enjoy this quick video of Bard the Bowman from WETA’s collectibles range.
This week’s post features a fascinating video sent over by Charlie.
It’s an informative video essay that delves into the relevance and importance of nature in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Continue reading “[Guest Video] Lord of the Rings: Quiet Environmentalism”