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    novels of the era, The Lord of the Ring series written by J.R.R. Tolkien is a phenomenal series that created many subcultures and formed huge fandom. One of the most beloved and widely read authors in the world, Tolkien wrote The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King as three parts of The Lord of the Ring. Samuel Peter Jackson released the sensational film The Lord of the Ring: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001 and rest of LOTR series over three years. Despite of strong opposition and doubt from the fandom of the original series, he successfully directed the films leading to the golden age of fantasy films in Hollywood. The film begins with the narrative exposition…

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    The Lord of the Rings is an epic trilogy that leads the viewer through mystical lands and intense gore filed battles. Lord of the Rings is a series of novels by J.R.R Tolkien that was made into three films and effectively created one of the most loyal fan bases. The Lord of the Rings is a movie franchise that has not only been shown throughout many age groups but also has made impacts on the film industry entirely. These films will go down in history as one of the greatest films of the 21st…

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    College. The Hobbit was published in 1937 and is the prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. He wrote it as a Dark Age prehistory for Europe. The novels had integrated many diverse characters throughout the storyline. There are many conflicts that change the course of the plot. This includes characters’ fates and the destiny of Middle-earth. The Lord of the Rings has influenced many authors to write and publish novels that are analogous to Tolkien’s works of epic fantasy. Society did…

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    well. In the second film of…

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    Tolkien's Accomplishments

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    By becoming the father of the fantasy genre J.R.R Tolkien changed the modern fantasy literature by bringing it into popular culture again. Tolkien’s fascination of literature, creation of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings series, and high level of education put him a step above the rest in the world of writing. To this day his legacy lives on with his books becoming film adaptations, video games, spin-offs, etc. As a child J.R.R. Tolkien (John Ronald Reuel Tolkien) had a what some would consider…

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    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring’s movie was an adaptation of the book by J. R. R. Tolkien, who believed that, at the time of his death in 1973, the Lord of the Rings book could not be turned into a film. The movie was released on December 19th, 2001 in the fantasy and adventure genre according to IMDB. Most everyone has seen this movie and we all seem to love it. This movie gives us a sense of adventure by just sitting there and watching it while Frodo (Elijah Wood), and his…

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    The Hobbit: Book Vs Movie

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    a series of flashbacks cannot be portrayed to a screen because it would be too confusing for an audience The Hobbit is the first written book of the Lord of the Rings. The movies were first published before the Hobbit movie, therefore the movie is a prequel. The director of the series chose to do the trilogy before the Hobbit. Just to give some backstory.…

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    over come the enemies in battle. It great to know the outcome before it take place, but the desirer to have power can be side tact in Tolkien reading. The lord of rings displays some interesting tale of corruption with great power. It gives examples of the temptation throughout the reading to developing an idea of power and fantasy. By this point, the interest of having power can be overwhelming in the tale. Understand in the story, the ring of power was meant for great evil and can overwhelming…

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    The Battle of Middle Earth: The Hobbit verses The Lord of the Rings Two great classic novels are The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Both of these are amazing books that teach of courage, faithfulness, and friendship. However, when there are two things in discussion, one usually edges out the other. The Lord of the Rings is more captivating because of the importance of the Fellowship, the differences in the battles, and how the characters are portrayed. One of the most important things…

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    Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is the tale of King Arthur’s knight and nephew, Gawain, and his quest to fulfill a challenge that is proposed to him by a mysterious stranger known as the Green Knight. On his way to find the Green Knight, Gawain unknowingly receives various moral tests given to him by a lord named Bertilak, who offers Gawain a place to stay in his castle during his travels. The Sir Gawain and the Green Knight poem was written in the late 14th-century. Although the poem is a…

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