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  1. Mere Humanity: G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, and J. R. R. Tolkien on the Human Condition by DonaldT. Williams, 2006-02-01
  2. HOBBIT BIRTHDAY BOOK CL by J. R. R. Tolkien, 1992-10-27
  3. The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien, 1999-09-15
  4. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, 2002-11
  5. The Hobbit and the Fellowship of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien, 1999-06-01
  6. The J. R. R. Tolkien Collection (BBC Dramatization) by J. R. R. Tolkien, Brian Sibley, 2009-09-08
  7. Tree and Leaf by J.R.R. Tolkien, 1964-01-01
  8. The J.R.R. Tolkien Audio Collection
  9. Tolkien's World : Paintings of Middle-Earth by J. R. R. Tolkien, Carol Emery Phenix, 1998-04
  10. Lord of the Rings, The: The Two Towers by J. R. R. Tolkien, 2008-04-07
  11. Fa√ęrie by J.R.R. Tolkien, 2000-01-18
  12. Oliphaunt (Beastly Verse) by J. R. R. Tolkien, 1989-08
  13. The annotated Hobbit: The hobbit, or, There and back again by J. R. R Tolkien, 1988
  14. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, 1981-03-12

81. TOLKIEN En Images
Illustrations, fonds d cran, ic nes, polices, cartes et photos du film The Lord Of The Rings .

82. Tolkien Newsgroups FAQ
Intended both as an introduction for newcomers to the newsgroups and as a source of information for anyone exploring Middle-earth, this FAQ is regularly posted in rec.arts.books.tolkien and
The Tolkien Newsgroups FAQ
by Steuard Jensen
(Created 17 Aug 1999; last updated 19 Aug 2009
For many years, the Tolkien Usenet newsgroups have been home to a pair of excellent Frequently Asked Questions lists about Tolkien and Middle-earth, compiled by William D. B. Loos. These sources contain a wealth of information, but are no longer maintained (the last update seems to have been in July 1996). This means that quite a few issues of current interest to the groups are not fully addressed in those documents. This FAQ supplements, updates, and expands on the earlier ones, though it is not meant to replace them entirely. It includes new and corrected information on some of the old discussions, numerous entries on topics not covered in the older FAQs, and a broad discussion of the Tolkien newsgroups and common standards of netiquette. This FAQ is intended both as an introduction for newcomers to the newsgroups and as a source of information for anyone exploring Middle-earth. The official HTML version of the FAQ is on the web at

A division of the Saul Zaentz Company which licenses the names from Lord of the Rings for use in merchandise.

84. Allscifi J.R.R. Tolkien Spotlight
Discussion of Middle-earth mysteries. Tolkien

85. The New York Times:
Original book reviews, trivia quiz, and a cover art slide show.

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A selection of rare editions of "The Lord of the Rings" and illustrations by J. R. R. Tolkien. FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES ARCHIVES
J. R. R. Tolkien Dead at 81; Wrote 'The Lord of the Rings'

(Sept. 3, 1973) J. R. R. Tolkien, linguist, scholar and author of "The Lord of the Rings," died today in Bournemouth. He was 81 years old. INTERVIEW The Prevalence of Hobbits By PHILIP NORMAN (Jan. 15, 1967) A New York Times Magazine interview with J. R. R. Tolkien. A Delightfully Imaginative Journey By ANNE T. EATON (March 13, 1938) All those, young or old, who love a fine adventurous tale, beautifully told, will take "The Hobbit" to their hearts. Audio: J. R. R. Tolkien Reads From 'The Hobbit' First Chapter: 'The Hobbit' The Hero Is a Hobbit By W. H. AUDEN (Oct. 31, 1954) Mr. Tolkien has succeeded superbly. No fiction I have read in the last five years has given me more joy than "The Fellowship of the Ring." Audio: J. R. R. Tolkien Reads From 'The Fellowship of the Ring'

86. The World Of JRR Tolkien
Biography, synopses and analyses of The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion. Links and movie reviews.

87. TolkienWiki: FrontPage
WikiWeb dedicated to the literary works of Prof. J.R.R. Tolkien with biographic and bibliographic information.




Front Page

Contents of this Page The TolkienWiki - What we have here What is this site about anyway? Would you like to become a contributing member here? The Hotspots ... The Hobbits possible opinion of the Tolkien Wiki The TolkienWiki - What we have here
  • The Compendium Pages: Descriptions of the names, persons, places, things in Middle-earth and Arda , some are brief, some are longer, but they are - hopefully - always accurate (If we made a mistake somewhere, please let us know).
The Compendium
The Essays
  • The FAQ Pages: Questions and answers about Tolkien 's legendarium
  • The Books Pages: An overview about books of J.R.R. Tolkien or other Middle-earth related books
Folder TolkienBooks
All Books
  • The Authors Pages: A short description of J.R.R. Tolkien and other authors of related books
J.R.R. Tolkien
The Authors
  • The Quotations: The Wisdom and the Humor of J.R.R. Tolkien
What is this site about anyway? Who are we and what is our goal here? These questions will be answered here:

88. - The Home Of An Illustrated Tolkien Bibliography
Aims to list all the British editions of the published writings of Tolkien and to illustrate textual and wrapper changes. Welcome is back online
after a long absence due to an attack by hackers. An Illustrated Tolkien Bibliography , the core of the site, is back in action. Most of the Articles Section is also online, but some of the links to it are broken. These will be repaired shortly. The articles on print numbers for early Hobbits will also be back soon. Apologies in advance for any broken links you may find. I will endeavour to sort them out as soon as possible. About the Site This website aims to list all British editions of the published writings of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings and to illustrate changes to the texts and covers. The site was put together to act as a companion piece to Wayne Hammondís book J.R.R. Tolkien: A Descriptive Bibliography . This is a veritable mine of useful information for the Tolkien collector - if you donít own a copy, find one! Bibliography entries include page references to the book. The site also includes a few items that were unknown to Wayne, and points out a small number of possible errors and misinterpretations. Obviously

89. Revelation 13: Tolkien's "The Lord Of The Rings" - And Finland
Tolkien s Lord of the Rings and the Bible s prophecies of the Book of Revelation discussed.
Revelation 13: Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" and Finland
On this site "Revelation 13: Astrology, Prophecies of the Future", I discuss New Age ideas, and prophecies of the future, including Biblical, astrology, and Nostradamus
I will discuss on this page the J.R.R. Tolkien movies and books, "The Lord of the Rings". The movies began with "The Fellowship of the Ring", and continued with "The Two Towers", and in 2003 "The Return of the King". Tolkien based some of his ideas for these books on Anglo-Saxon mythology of England, and also on the legends, language, and writings of Finland, including the Kalevala, a Finnish epic poem. In Eastern Finland near the Russian border, a dialect of the Finnish language existed as verses and songs passed on for hundreds of years in oral form; these had been collected in the Kalevala by Elias Lonnrot. Tolkien had been inspired by the Kalevala and the Finnish language, and used Finnish as the basis for the elve language in his books. So the elves speak a language similar to Finnish, and Finns are said to have psychic and magical powers, as the elves do in the Tolkien books.
The Kalevala was first published in 1835, and was a collection of Finnish folk poems. In 1849 an updated and enlargened version of the Kalevala was published. The Kalevala has tales of magic and sorcery, where the hero is a shaman who practices magic.

90. J R R Tolkien. The Lord Of The Rings. Heroism And Redemption In Middle-Earth
A study of Tolkien s fictional realm.
J R R Tolkien The Lord of the Rings
Heroism and Redemption in Middle-Earth
By Rahul Mitra Bookshop English Literature J R R Tolkien The Lord of the Rings ... GCSE Books One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
Introduction: The world-order of Middle-Earth
After multiple readings of The Lord of the Rings , many aficionados of J R R Tolkien (1892-1973) will want to know the answer to the question: What is Tolkien's world based on? While we may not presume to draw sweeping conclusions as to what we think Tolkien saw in his mind, it is sufficient that we present our own observations on the epic. As any Romantic would claim most sincerely, the book is about Heroes - how they are come unto this earth, what propels them onto their great deeds, and what becomes of them eventually. In order to examine The Lord of the Rings and its particular brand of Heroism, then, we must delve into the world-order as envisioned by Tolkien.

91. Elbies Site -- Feel Me, Then Just Touch Me, So I Can Get My, Satisfaction
Tolkien satire and other Tolkien-related content by Elbereth Maiier. Available in French and English.

92. Unusual Nut-Case Lays Of Ea (UNCLE): Tolkien Humor
Musical parodies and spoofs.
Unusual Nut-Case Lays of Ea (U.N.C.L.E.) A Tolkien humor site by Banazir (William H. Hsu) This RedHat Linux 6.1 system is administered by William H. Hsu Hosted courtesy of the KDD Group Kansas State University Page created: 06 Jan 2002
Last updated: 06 Jan 2006

93. Tolkien's Tavern
Describes the author s life and works.
A Look Into the Life and Works of JRR Tolkien
Menu M ovies T olkien's Life ... ontact Webmaster
Books by Tolkien T he Hobbit L ord of the Rings ... iew Guestbook
July 25, 2000 I created a Weekly Poll section on the bottom of this page. Please be sure to vote on the weekly question. If you haven't noticed, I have changed the Tolkien's Tavern banner on the left bar, send me a mail and tell me what you think of it. I'm currently trying to find another host because I have run out of space at angelfire. If you know a good place for a site like mine, please mail me. Thanx
June 5, 2000 I created a top site list today. It is called Tolkien's Tavern Top 50. If you would like to join it, click here . Some more movie updates are on its way..
May 24, 2000 I joined a Top Site list today. You can vote for me here . Thanks for supporting the site. BTW, I'm looking for a new host that can give me a large amount of space to build. Mail me if you can help me out.
May 20, 2000 OK...I added a brand new movie section that includes some movie galleries. There not very big, but it is all I could find. Mail me if you have any sugestions for this site. my E-mail adress is on the navigation table. Enjoy the new section.
May 3, 2000

94. Swords, Helms And Staffs Of The Lord Of The Rings
Dedicated to Tolkien. Links to other sites relating to Tolkien, Middle-earth, the LoTR movies and books.

95. Julian's Tolkien Pages
Images, biography, and graphics.
Cette page utilise des cadres, mais votre navigateur ne les prend pas en charge.

96. J.R.R. Tolkien / Rice University / English 318 / Main Page
Syllabus, readings, student pages, original photos.
Click on "Quick Help!" for instructions on using this site We welcome all visitors to this site, but please be aware that not all areas will be accessible to all guests . This site was created primarily for the benefit of Rice University students attending English 318. Those areas that pertain to the class will generally be inaccessible to those outside of Rice. The reason for this is to try and keep the discussion focused on what is being taught in the classroom.
Enjoy your visit and please come back frequently. CODA These pages are best viewed with
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This page was last updated on Oct. 16, 1997.

97. English 321: Tolkien & Oxford Christianity
Information about the university course at Rutgers University.
Professor W.C. Dowling
Department of English Rutgers University, USA
Thanks to the kind offices of Tolkienian Mark Zipkin, a recorded selection from Lecture 7 is now available online. Click here on "The Temptation of Galadriel" The course is also featured on Tolkienonline, the main Website for Tolkien fans. To see the feature, click here on "Lord of the Classrooms." Finally, so many people have asked me my opinion of the Tolkien movie that I've included an excerpt from my Tolkien Review interview where I talk about the movie.
The World of Middle Earth The course will take as its center J.R.R. Tolkien's great trilogy of Middle Earth in the Third Age, the epic quest-narrative in which the free peoples of the West men, hobbits, dwarves, elves combine in a Fellowship given the hopeless task of destroying the One Ring by casting it into the fiery fissures of Mount Doom, in the very heart of the land of Mordor, Sauron's bleak and wasted realm of pure evil. In The Lord of the Rings , Tolkien sweeps up the themes of Northern epic and the chivalric quest of the Middle Ages, shadowing forth a world in which Sauron and his orcs, Treebeard and his fellow Ents, the elves of Galadriel and the Hobbits of the Shire, are as real as the Men who are our own nearest relatives in the story.

98. Archives | Raynor Memorial Libraries | Marquette University
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