Hobbits, Elves, and Wizards: Exploring the Wonders and Worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings"

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2002 - 202 עמודים
Middle-Earth, Gandalf, Frodo, Bilbo: The places and characters that sprang from the mind of J. R. R. Tolkien will live forever in the imaginations of millions of readers. In Hobbits, Elves, and Wizards, @ichael Stanton, a scholar of science fiction and fantasy literature, offers an extraordinary encounter with Tolkiens masterpiece. elieving that there is no epic of contemporary literature to match The Lord of the Rings, Stanton delves critically into the richness of the story. He explores the intricacies of its dialogue and illuminates the idiosyncratic nature of its characters. He looks at @laces, dreams, notions of time, and history. Eschewing academic jargon, Stanton provides an intriguing look at Tolkiens fantasyscape that ultimately shows how all of these parts meld into a singularly compelling work of art that lives and breathes. For those who have read and loved The Lord of the Rings, Stanton embarks on an exploration of Tolkiens genius, painting a rich and wonderful critical portrait of the world he created, a portrait that no one who truly hopes to understand Tolkiens vision will want to be without.

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