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Rc – Tolkien – LotR – And now they’re gone for robbers

Por |septiembre 12th, 2016|

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But he did say much on his own account. Things were far from well, he would say. Business was not even fair, it was downright bad. ‘No one comes nigh Bree now from Outside,’ he said. ‘And the inside folks, they stay at home mostly and keep their doors barred. It all comes […]

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Tomás Hijo – Barliman Butterbur – The Prancing Pony

Por |abril 18th, 2016|

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R – Tolkien Society – Mallorn – 56 – Cover – Tomás Hijo – The Prancing Pony

Por |abril 18th, 2016|

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Rc – Tolkien – LoTR – Worse foes

Por |marzo 8th, 2016|

… if they are afraid of just five of us,

then we have met worse enemies on our travels.

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(III, 330)

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Rc – Tolkien – LotR – Barliman Butterbur

Por |noviembre 28th, 2015|

Mr. Butterbur had at any rate

not changed his manner of talking,

and still seemed to live

in his old breathless bustle.

And yet there was hardly anybody about,

and all was quiet;

from the Common Room

there came a low murmur of

no more than two or three voices.

And seen closer in the light of two candles

that he lit and carried before […]

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Juan Manuel Grijalvo – Room in Bree – JRRT

Por |noviembre 28th, 2015|

Published in ‘Beyond Bree’, January 2009

For reasons that we shall discuss later, this work starts with a quote from Tolkien:

«We all know the differences in kind, but we are not always sure how to place anything that we hear. A child may well believe a report that there are ogres in the next county; many grown-up persons find it easy to believe of another country; and as for another planet, very few adults seem able to imagine it as peopled, if at all, by anything but monsters of iniquity.» (On Fairy-Stories, page 42). […]

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