... contrasting the use of the visual gaze of evil watchers in Tolkien and Jackson... But on p. 63, when she s still discussing the book, she writes, In hisMessage 1 of 84 , May 6, 2007View Source
>>---David Bratman <dbratman@...> wrote:contrasting the use of the visual gaze of evil watchers in Tolkien and
>>In the new issue of _Mythlore_... is an article by Allison Harl
Jackson... But on p. 63, when she's still discussing the book, she
writes, "In his disembodied state, Sauron is reduced to a single
large, unblinking eye".
It's interesting that another article in the same issue is at pains to
avoid this mistake. In "The Ogre Blinded and _The Lord of the
Rings_" , Daniel Peretti notes that Sauron, who is never described
clearly, is sometimes called The Eye, but Peretti emphasizes that
Sauron is not just an eye:
"Yet we know that Sauron is, at least, humanoid. We have the words of
Gollum..." (p. 138).
... which a man from our present day ... hamburger. The futurians ... German city of Hamburg. Were you ... Kennedy being a jelly doughnut? ... LOL!Message 84 of 84 , May 25, 2007View Source--- In email@example.com, David Emerson
>which a man from our present day
> >There was once a science-fiction story in
> >wakes up in the distant future and asks for ahamburger. The futurians
> >reply, "A hamburger is a citizen of theGerman city of Hamburg. Were you
> >cannibals in those days?"Kennedy being a jelly doughnut?
> Does this have something to do with John F.