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This more than doubled the world record and makes this copy of The Hobbit the most expensive in the world. Sunday 3 May in Articles On the shores of the shoreless sea Building on his recent investigations into the relationship of Middle-earth to Tolkien's scholarly search for the lost traditions of the ancient English tribes, Simon J.
Cook now looks to Tolkien's famous essay 'On Fairy Stories'. The result is a journey into the very heart of Tolkien's creative imagination. Sunday 19 January in Collecting New Collector Profile added - Giulio Torlai I'm very happy to announce the collector profile of Giulio Torlai, a medical doctor and Tolkien collector, who collects unique and rare Tolkien books. He considers himself an uncommon Tolkien collector, since he never focused on particular editions. Especially rare special Italian rebindings of Tolkien books are at the hearth of his collection.
Tolkien's Lost English Mythology and urges anyone truly interested in Tolkien's work to be sure to read it. For some time now fans wonder if there isn't one more work of Tolkien that Peter Jackson could adapt to big screen.
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The Silmarillion, preceding both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, is the project many desire to see adapted to film. But will it happen?
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This week we see the publication of the revised and expanded edition of The Adventures of Tom Bombadil. This book brings us Tolkien's own Hobbit-inspired poetry and includes previously unpublished poems and notes, and is beautifully illustrated by Narnia artist Pauline Baynes. Tedoras brings us the full history of Thranduil, and a rather different image of the King of Greenwood the Great emerges.
Each book features a leatherette cover with stamped title and all four books. Monday 29 September in Articles Beyond Birthdays: an exploration and analysis of Letter If any book so illuminates the man, his deepest thoughts and truest character, it is The Letters of J. Tedoras explores Tolkien's letter that centers, most intriguingly, on the notion of birthdays; specifically, the notion of who gives whom a present in hobbit culture.
Sunday 28 September in Articles Darkness Tangible In the following thought provoking essay Alex Lewis and Ruth Lacon bring an answer to the question: Is the fact that Tolkien is an artist and paints pictures some part of what makes him create in the way that he does? Tolkien's Legendarium by Tolkien researcher Mark T. The author wrote us that only the Llyfrawr paperback edition of The Tolkienaeum is published with his consent and cooperation.
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Those who approve of courtesy at least to living authors will purchase it and not download the PDF. Beyond Bree is producing a new Calendar for ! This Calendar will be a very special one because it marks the 30th year since the publication of the first Beyond Bree Calendar. The theme is Mortal heroes and heroines of Middle-earth and we're celebrating the anniversary with extra art! Monday 25 August in Articles The Educational Value of Esperanto: The word of Tolkien in The British Esperantist Oronzo Cilli is an Italian scholar who made a careful study of British and international Esperanto magazines of the first half of the twentieth century, containing still unpublished interesting details that reveal Tolkien's active role to promote Esperanto in the thirties.
Thursday 21 August in Interviews Interview with the Wizard Jef Murray Brandon Young interviews the critically acclaimed and internationally-known artist, illustrator, storyteller and wizard, Jef Murray. His illustrations of the characters and scenes we find in Tolkien, Lewis and George MacDonald have a capacity for capturing the ineffable. This is why he likes to call him, simply, The Wizard.
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