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The Book of Lost Tales 1 (History of Middle-Earth

The Book of Lost Tales 1 (History of Middle-Earth

The Book of Lost Tales 1 (History of Middle-Earth #1). J. R. R. Tolkien

The Book of Lost Tales 1 (History of Middle-Earth #1)

ISBN: 9780345375216 | 368 pages | 10 Mb

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The Book of Lost Tales 1 (History of Middle-Earth #1) J. R. R. Tolkien
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

I've been feeling inwardly guilty (I say inwardly because I haven't been reduced to flagellating myself in public - well, except for on the forum and here) for a month now that I haven't been meeting my main ROW80 goals of editing my .. I really love the feeling of getting lost in these Extended Editions, letting them play out with even more detail. Humphreys; The Lost Road - Book 5 in the History of Middle Earth series by Christopher Tolkien and J R R Tolkien (reread); The Roots of Betrayal by James Forrester; Leaf by Niggle by J. It had been so long since I last re-read LotR, when I started this project, and I had discussed its flaws rather than virtues so much more often since then, I think I must have subconsciously formed the impression that its virtues were . And reading the Lost Tales leads me to believe that it's more the dragon-gold than the dwarves at fault for their greed. Tolkien wrote about Middle-earth (that is: The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and various posthumous tidbits); if you haven't read the book before and would like to remain unspoiled, I recommend reading .. There is some hint in the History of Middle-earth series that Tolkien intended for one of Earendil's adventures on the Great Sea to be the slaying of Ungoliant, but (alas) those tales came never to the telling. Literally the only one." -Rachel Maddow. There's so much more I could say, and address several comments in this thread regarding the books, but I'll simply express my feelings for all these books: I found them entertaining, delightful, intelligent, and yes, I feel the same for the House trilogy and Butlerian Jihad trilogy. The real tragedy is that this didn't stop Tolkien the Younger from publishing 12 volumes of The History of Middle-Earth, among several other Middle-Earth books, to ever diminishing returns. Watching the prologue play out again, I'm amazed they were able to start the films this way, kicking off with this crazy infodump, but he makes this history lesson feel positively lyrical. Gee, I think we could think of a few parallels in Jewish history for this but as evidence for 'anti'-Semitism it seems dubious. It helps when you have a voice as hypnotic as Cate Blanchett's telling you this tale of how the Ring was created and changed hands. "The only book of the last few years in American publishing that I would describe as a mandatory must-read.

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