Re: [mythsoc] Re: it's not in Tolkien
- Hi Lynn & colleagues:
Maybe this will put everyone off their feed:
I remember someone in 2002 or so referring to
the depiction of Sauron's Eye as resembling "A
Flaming V (initial for a female body part)".
Too Many Cocker Spaniels in the clouds for my
tastes... Grandpa J.R.R.T. would have had a spoon
way down his throat by now.
I just leaned back & savored the movies: shining on
the scholastic lacks and savoring the artistic
achievements, hoping they would be lures for future
Mythopoeics. But I never got to go to Grad School, so
maybe my insights aren't all that formidable.
--- lynnmaudlin <lynnmaudlin@...> wrote:
> I kind of liked the "searchlight" effect (especially
> at the end, in
> the destruction) as a purely VISUAL image. It would
> be stupid in the
> book, but it did communicate the idea of Sauron's
> restless, ceaseless
> --- In email@example.com, David Bratman
> <dbratman@...> wrote:
> > If Sauron The Disembodied Eyeball ever got the
> Ring back, how would
> he wear it?
> As a halo?!
> -- Lynn --
> (re: Jackson and horror films, my first complaint
> was about PJ's
> fixation on the bad dental work of orcs...)
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.