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Quenta Endor Jan 12
“Then he dwelt in Nevrast alone, and the summer of that year passed, and the doom of Nargothrond drew near; but when the autumn came he saw seven great swans flying south…” Artwork by Ted Nasmith
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J.R.R. Tolkien Jan 16
“To him that is pitiless the deeds of pity are ever strange and beyond comprehension.” —J.R.R.
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José J.Hernández-Zul Jan 17
"Mirror Mirror on the wall True hope lies beyond the coast You're a damned kind can't you see That the winds will change......"
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Gandalf Jan 12
The palantíri come from beyond Westernesse, from Eldamar. The Noldor made them. Fëanor himself, maybe, wrought them, in days so long ago that the time cannot be measured in years. Echoes of
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三 Jan 11
Drawings i did for Feanor and his sons (and grandson)
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Oscar Stainton Jan 16
Goodbye, Christopher. Thank you for everything, and especially May you rejoin your father wherever he may be.
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Warpath Jan 17
thanks for finishing rest in pride beren and luthien sudah ada di gramedia ahai
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Kenners Jan 16
Off now with the Kings of Old and Thank you for completing
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Ian Martínez Cassmeyer Jan 16
Any hardcore fan knows how important Christopher was. He and got into coherent form, and everything after that broadened and deepened the Middle-Earth mythos further. Readers, viewers, fans of all degrees owe him much.
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EricaMelchin Jan 15
I'm getting back into this year! Both involve political disputes--one over Bonnie Prince Charlie, and one over some shiny rocks.
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elthionel Jan 16
As accomplished an academic as his father, he dedicated the later half of his life to preserving and illuminating the literary heritage JRR left behind, out of a sense of duty and not ego or avarice.
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megan stephens Jan 15
the one item of sci-fi (+such) most intriguing is the idea of languages created, thanks to the consciousness of insanely talented folk. a few years ago I read where Tolkien discussed creating language and knew I had to attempt it for myself
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三 Jan 11
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Diana Lauren Jan 16
Always & Forever a Legend... Deepest sympathies
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Pauline Park Jan 17
has died at 95, an enormous loss to the community; he was 's literary executor & put in publishable form after it was left unfinished at 's death; we all owe Christopher an enormous debt...
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Güneş Jan 16
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Tigger Jan 16
Christopher Tolkien, son of J.R.R. Tolkien and editor of much of his posthumous work has died at age of 95. I love reading J R R Tolkien and all of the works Christopher Tolkien edited for us all.
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Kit Dunsmore Jan 17
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Carol Ward Jan 16
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🍃Elyssar🍃 Jan 16
Ugh. 💔 Lost another great. RIP Christopher. Thank you for protecting your father's works. I'm sure he is telling you how proud he is of you as we speak. God bless the family.
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