Re: [mythsoc] Question about the ROTK extended
<Some of the essays in _Tolkien on Film_ do that for selected
sections of the book (for example, my essay examines the differences
between the book and film for the Mines of Moria sequence and a few
other briefer passages, and a couple of the essays do the same for the
Arwen-Aragorn relationship), so that would be a place to start. >
Thanks, Janet. I need to order my copy. At first I thought that the book was
solely about the differences, but after reading some conversations here, I
see there's more to it than that. I'm looking forward to reading _Tolkien on
Well, here's to the familiar juggling of the budget to get another
- Alisson Veldhuis wrote: (responding to my post about my novel in progress)
> I can sympathise with your struggles toThank you for your comments! I hope your novel is going well. I'd be
>try to create your very own fantasy/mythological world, without copying that of others, since I myself am working on a novel now with a mythological theme. It is very enjoyable, but difficult. I too have only had close family member's read it, so it is hard to get objective views.
interested to hear about your novel. Feel free to respond off list if
you don't want to post about it here.