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J R R Middle Earth
1,077 wordsJohn Ronald Reuel Tolkien, creator of a world. When someone who knows Tolkien is asked about his works, one thought comes to mind, Middle Earth. This was the playground in his mind that such vivid descriptions of fantasy lands came from. It is the base of his most well known stories, where dreams are just the norm. J. R. R. may owe much of his success to his diverse beginnings. On April 16, 1891, Mabel Suffield and Arthur Reuel Tolkien were married in Bloemfontein, South Africa. They soon gave b...
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Bilbo Baggins Lonely Mountain
1,621 wordsH 2 >Setting The story occurs in the imaginary world Middle-earth created by the author, it is appropriate since creatures that are found in the book (e. g. , goblins and dwarves) do not exist in our world. Since the story happens in many places over Middle-earth the author gives a deep description only in places where important things to the plot happen but in other places he gives a more general description. Most places make the reader have a picture in his brain of them; the author use...
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Lord Of The Rings Middle Earth
1,110 words"One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the Darkness bind them" (1 LotR II, 2 The Council of Elrond) One of the masters of British Literature, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien has the unique ability to create a fantasy world in which exists a nearly endless supply of parallelisms to reality. By mastering his own world and his own language and becoming one with his fantasy, Tolkien is able to create wonderful symbolism and meaning out of what would otherwise ...
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Bilbo Baggins Lonely Mountain
1,609 wordsThe Hobbit or There and Back Again By: J. R. R. Tolkien Part 1 The Hobbit takes place in Middle-Earth. It starts in Bilbo Baggins's Hole in The Hill in the Shire in Hobbiton. Most of the book takes place on the trail from Hobbiton to the Wilder land. This journey is taken during the Third Age of Middle-Earth. Tolkien recounts the journey of Bilbo Baggins and thirteen dwarfs on a quest to reconquer the Lonely Mountain from Smaug the Dragon. Tolkien leads the gang of dwarves, and Bilbo, through pe...
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Social Issues Behind Lord Of The Rings
1,855 wordsSocial Issues behind Lord of the Rings From the very first time of my introduction to the works of J. R. R. Tolkien I have experienced a strange feeling of kindness and happiness, which was virtually pouring out of the pages of his books. I became very interested in the person of the writer, his culture, education, and traditions. In this paper I would like to analyze the social trends, which affected Tolkien, and, consequently, Tolkien's representation of the social structure, which in turn hav...
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Lord Of The Rings Physical Geography
1,164 wordsMovie Review It is virtually impossible to think of other than Lord of the Rings movie, where the settings of physical geography play such an important role. In fact, the landscapes in this movie are closely integrated in the plot. The movies genre can be defined as epic; this is why it was important for the producers to emphasize on universal essence of natural settings. It is them that define characters act and not the other way around. Lord of the Rings takes place in imaginary place called M...
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J R R Tolkien Middle Earth
10,573 wordsUnderstanding Magic In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth Essay, Understanding Magic In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth Magic is difficult to define. Outside the literary works of J. R. R. Tolkien we do not take it seriously but instead relegate it to the corners of myth, superstition, and the supernatural (that which lies outside or beyond the natural universe). In Tolkien's world what he calls magic is real and natural, and we must understand the nature of his world in order to understand what he...
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Middle Earth Modern World
813 wordsThe Hobbit Essay Hobbit Essay The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien is set in a fantasy world that has differences, as well as similarities, to our own world. The author has created the novel s world, Middle Earth, not only by using imagination, but by also adding details from the modern world. Realistic elements in the book enable readers to relate to the setting, yet have the ability to imagine exciting events and organisms not found on Earth. The majority of differences between Middle Earth and toda...
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J R R Tolkien Good Versus Evil
2,417 wordsImagine yourself in a pre-industrial world full of mystery and magic. Imagine a world full of monsters, demons, and danger, as well as a world full of friends, fairies, good wizards, and adventure. In doing so you have just taken your first step onto a vast world created by author and scholar John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Tolkien became fascinated by language at an early age during his schooling, in particularly, the languages of Northern Europe, both ancient and modern. This affinity for language ...
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Struggle Between Good Evil Nature
4,600 wordsSymbolism of the Ring Symbolism of the Ring: The Embodiment of Evil " One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the Darkness bind them" (1 LotR II, 2 The Council of Elrond) One of the masters of British Literature, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien has the unique ability to create a fantasy world in which exists a nearly endless supply of parallelisms to reality. By mastering his own world and his own language and becoming one with his fantasy, Tolkien...
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J R R Tolkien Attention To Detail
638 wordsThe desire to write the great American novel has plagued writers since the onset of modern literature; now with the onset of the computer age, programs have attempted to create the great American game. Since the advent of computers the endeavor to write the great American game has prompted software writers to envision the creation of the most sophisticated and entertaining computer game that the world has ever known. Their dream has come closest to fruition with the advent of Heroes of Might and...
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Middle Earth Author Important
430 wordsThere are lots of people in the story, so it is sort of hard to follow. In the beginning there is an introduction where the author tells what a hobbit is. This introduction gives the general background, which makes the story easier to understand. The plot development in the middle isnt complicated. The ending is expected since the author gives hints about it. As in the introduction when he says that the hobbit would gain something, this means he doesnt die. The last climax takes a long time to o...
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