Review by Phoebe C. Linton email@example.com The University of Edinburgh The Fall of Arthur should be considered a text of interest both to current medievalists interested in the fourteenth-century alliterative ...
Dragon Con, Tolkien video highlights with Graham McTavish, William Kircher ... TheOneRing.net ATLANTA — The 2013 edition of Dragon Con was so vast and so epic that the stories and highlights just keep on coming.
Every so often there are books that do the impossible. J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth, as embodied in The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion, have done just that and have endured for over a half a century.
Most of those involved in Tolkien fandom, at any rate, know that William Morris exerted a profound literary effect on the development of The Lord of the Rings. This is most evident, in the case of The House of the.
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When The Hobbit was first published almost 75 years ago, JRR Tolkien provided a set of wonderful illustrations. Here are some of the earliest images (RT @GdnChildrensBks: Lots of fans are looking at this lovely gallery just now.
So, for part of the research for my Kalamazoo piece on Tolkien and women's higher education, I had the library call up the 1984 volume of PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH ACADEMY from offsite storage at the Baker ...
One of the single most anticipated characters or creatures in 2013 cinema, (honestly it is difficult to think of anything close) is the marriage of the voice and performance of Benedict Cumberbatch and the digital artistry of Weta Digital together in Tolkien’s dragon Smaug the Magnificent.
We all saw the creature’s head move in the latest “Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug” trailer, but it is still a good bit removed from the total performance. But for now, you can listen to the voice, or at least the voice originating from the same human, doing a reading of “Ode To A Nightingale.”
Nobody (outside of the team making the movie) knows how his performance will change as a dragon, nor how the sound team will change or enhance or filter the original performance. But this is a great chance to hear the raw voice in a short, satisfying reading. Thanks to staffer Justin for the find. Enjoy.
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