Tolkien Society Events
Great, it sounds like people still want to hear about the Tolkien Society events. Speaking of which, details of not only UK TS events but also things taking place around the world can be found on the TS website - www.tolkiensociety.org/events.
And, whilst I'm here, details of another event below...
The Truth about Faeries: from A Midsummer Night's Dream to Lord of the Rings
An exhibition of artworks by old and new fairy and fantasy artists,
including Brian Froud, Wendy Froud, Alan Alan Lee, and Patrick Woodroffe.
On now and open until 13th September 2009
Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14
Brian Froud perhaps best known for his work on The Dark Crystal and
Labyrinth is also justly famous for his series of illustrated fairy books.
Alan Lee has illustrated various editions of works by JRRT and was awarded
an Oscar for his work on Lord of the Rings.
The exhibition explores different themes, looking at how artists have
responded to Shakespeare's faeries and J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, and
consists of artworks borrowed from public and private collections to
create an exciting exhibition that will appeal to a wide audience.
Away with the Faeries
Symposium Day, Saturday 5th September
10.15am - 3.30pm, £26.00 (includes exhibition entrance)
BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT Tel. 023 8083 2705
A symposium in conjunction with the Imaginative Book Illustration Society
to accompany the exhibition curated by Anne Anderson. The day will explore
200 years of how Faeries have been imagined by a broad range of artists
and illustrators. Speakers will include Antiques Roadshow's Rupert Maas
and Peter Nahum, and Geoffrey Beare of IBIS.
The Tolkien Society has no formal connection with Southampton City Art
Gallery but is merely promoting the event as being of interest to Tolkien
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I for one definitely want to see Tolkien Society events
posted here, John! There are fewer groups with a wider
audience, and these events are important to many of us, even
if we can't always cross the pond to get to them!
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- Good evening to all,I have a question about translations. Does anyone know in how many languages The History of Middle-earth has been translated ?I remember that the 12 volumes have been published in Spanish, 5 are in French, and a few in Italian, but I do not know where I could find an up-to-date information about other translations.thanks in advance !best wishesvincent
I have a question about translations. Does anyone know in how many languages The History of Middle-earth has been translated ?
I remember that the 12 volumes have been published in Spanish, 5 are in French, and a few in Italian, but I do not know where I could find an up-to-date information about other translations.
We included a list of translations of Tolkien's works as an appendix to the Chronology volume of our J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide. This was current up to June 2006. More information appears as addenda at http://mysite.verizon.net/wghammond/addenda/chronology.html.
Wayne and Christina
- Thank you very much, Wayne ! I should have said that I know this list, in your book - and that I was looking for an updated list. I'll check the addenda, thank you very much(and I keep asking the French publisher to send you all the French translations)best wishesvincentVincent Ferré
Université Paris XIII
Département Littérature - directeur
Littérature générale et comparée
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