Riddles, Rhymes and Lilies: The Mystery of Tom Bombadil (Part III)

Having posted Part I and Part II, here continues the rest of the analysis.

To be honest, I never realized it was going to be so extensive!

Expect a conclusion round about the 5th Part … woohoo 🙂

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Riddles, Rhymes and Lilies: The Mystery of Tom Bombadil (Part II)

If you’ve been through Part I and weren’t daunted or put off by the arguments there, here follows Part II of the article for your reading pleasure 🙂

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Riddles, Rhymes and Lilies: The Mystery of Tom Bombadil (Part I)

“Who is Tom Bombadil?”, perhaps this question has been asked to death for years by Tolkien fans – and no matter how detailed and complex the answer is, there’s still no definite conclusion. Continue reading

The Military Structure and Ranking System of Mordor: Part II

Following Part I on The Military Structure and Ranking System of Mordor, here is Part II of the article … 🙂

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The Military Structure and Ranking System of Mordor: Part I

Evil is on my mind lately. Or rather, Tolkien’s evil. Even better, an analysis of the presence of evil in Tolkien’s works.

Following the post on the Identity and Origins of the Nazgûl, I’m getting myself more into Sauron’s territory … a dangerous thing perhaps! 😀 Continue reading

Identity and Origins of the Nazgûl

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Introduction

There have been many theories and speculations on the possibilities of who and where Sauron’s greatest servants came from. Continue reading

The Curious Case of Radagast the Brown

Radagast the Brown

Radagast the Brown is one of those mysteries left to us by Tolkien; but unlike many other unresolved issues, we do get hints of his character here and there. Perhaps, it’s one of the reasons why I find him so alluring and why I’ve avoided writing a “Character Profile” post on his character, since he technically isn’t in The Hobbit. Continue reading