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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) Elvish Word of the Day #thehobbit #lotr #film

Elvish word of the day ~ warrior So. an LHC is an elvish battle dome?

Samwise Gamgee; Gardener (and true hero and friend) :P

Samwise Gamgee, Gardener - The youngest son of a large family, Sam was well…

John Ronald Ruel Tolkien with his wife Edith in his study at 76 Sandfield Road , Oxford ;1966  ;Credit : Pamela Chandler

JRR TOLKIEN John Ronald Ruel Tolkien with his wife Edith in his study at 76 Sandfield Road Oxford 1966 English writer poet & university professor

This is a rare recording of J.R.R. Tolkien from 1952, in which he recites the Quenya poem "Namárië," famously sung by Galadriel in the chapter "Farewell to Lórien" in "The Lord of the Rings."

This is a rare recording of J. Tolkien from in which he recites the Quenya poem "Namárië," famously sung by Galadriel in the chapter "Farewell to Lórien" in "The Lord of the Rings.

Keepin' all them dwarves straight.

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Lol. Exactly. Touch it and pay the consequences.

LOOOOOL I will use from now on when I eat pizza, thinking of Thorin all the time.

Amazing storyteller...you are missed

Tolkien on escapism in LOTR. This is the most amazing quote and my new mantra!← THIS MAN IS MY LITERARY HERO. His actual writing style may be too dense for my taste but everything else about him blows me away

British Library Fights To Preserve Historic Recordings Archive - As part of its vast collection of literary and historic treasures (the Magna Carta, Leonardo da Vinci's notebook), the British Library owns some six million sound recordings, including significant theater productions, famous voices (like J.R.R. Tolkien's), and field recordings of extinct animals. Some of them date back to the earliest and most fragile days of recording technology.

British Library Fights To Preserve Historic Recordings Archive

the-final-sentence: “ January 3 - John Ronald Reuel Tolkien Bio: Born on January J. Tolkien was an English writer, poet, philologist, and professor.

Eowyn and the king of the Ring Wraiths.

"Come at me bro! / I am no bro, brah!" Eowyn for the win; I've got Lord of the Rings on the brain again.

I love this!

Movie titles used in the movies. The Lord of the Rings, and The Hobbit.

J.R.R. Tolkien's constructed Elvish languages have such elegant characters — and have been the subject of so much Tolkien-influence art — that it's easy to forget that they was meant to be spoken. Tolkien was, after all, a linguist, and he wanted his Elvish languages to sound a certain way as they rolled from a practiced tongue. In the recording above, Tolkien reads Namárië — Galadriel's lament — giving us a first-hand pronunciation of the Elvish tongue Quenya and a feel for the poem's…

Listen to J.R.R. Tolkien read his poem Namárië in Elvish

Elvish is one of the most beautiful languages I have ever heard. This is a recording if Tolkien reciting one of his poems in Elvish.<<This recording is amazing. I have not heard this much of the Elvish language spoken at once.

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One Does Not Simply Walk Through J.R.R. Tolkien Memes

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