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  • Eleanor Farrell
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    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 9, 2002
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      >_____________________________________________
      >We are hosting the 2nd J.R.R. TOLKIEN "LORD OF THE RINGS" MARATHON READING
      >CELEBRATION: THE TWO TOWERS to be held November 14-16, 2002 here at
      >Cleveland State University in Mather Mansion. The Marathon Reading is
      >sponsored by the CSU English Department and our The EDGE:Lutheran Campus
      >Ministry at CSU.
      >
      >Here's the info on our Tolkien Marathon Reading Celebration.
      >
      >Blessings,
      >
      >Pastor Gordon
      >_____________________________________________________
      >
      >J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Two Towers" MARATHON READING CELEBRATION to be held
      >November 14 -16, 2002 at Mather Mansion, Cleveland State University includes
      >4 Workshops, a Keynote Lecture, a Special Edition Movie of Peter Jackson's
      >"Lord of the Rings" and the Marathon Reading in the Oral Tradition.
      >Everything is FREE!! People must register for the Workshops and to read in
      >the M
      >arathon Reading. Workshops are on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS!!!
      >
      >Here's a listing of events for the Celebration:
      >
      >Thursday, November 14, 2002
      >
      >4 - 5:15 PM: CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS:
      >(A) J.R.R Tolkien & the Literature of Middle Earth (Prof. Bruce Beatie, CSU)
      >(B) Tolkien in Motion: Critics Review (Amy Bracken Sparks, Austin Allen,
      >David Massaro)
      >
      >5:30 - 6:45 PM: CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS:
      >(C) The Lord of the Rings: The Mythology of Power (Prof. Jane Chance, Rice
      >University)
      >(D) Tolkien's Ordinary Virtues: Spiritual Themes in the Lord of the Rings
      >(Mark Eddy Smith, Author, Chicago)
      >
      >7:30 - 9 PM: KEYNOTE LECTURE:
      >Lord of the Rings: A Book for Our Time of Terror (Prof. Ralph Wood, Baylor
      >University)
      >____________________________________________________
      >
      >FRIDAY, Nov 15:
      >
      >12 NOON - 3:30 PM: "LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING" SPECIAL
      >EXTENDED EDITION to be shown in Mather Mansion.
      >___________________________________________________
      >
      >FRIDAY, Nov 15 - SATURDAY, NOV 16:
      >
      >
      >"THE TWO TOWERS" MARATHON READING IN THE ORAL TRADITION
      >
      >starts with a PRE-READING RECEPTION on FRIDAY at 6 PM with Food,
      >Refreshments and Live Music in Mather Mansion, one of the original mansions
      >on Euclid Ave in downtown Cleveland.
      >
      >The Reading kicks off at 7 PM on FRIDAY in Mather Mansion and will go
      >continuously till we finish sometime in the afternoon (around 1 PM) on
      >Saturday. During the Reading we will have 15 minute breaks about every 3
      >hours with drawings for FREE books, gift editions, bookmarks, posters, movie
      >passes, hats, calendars, buttons, Life-size cutout LOTR figures, other
      >Tolkien articles and other giveaways.
      >
      >Books and other prizes given away are graciously donated from HOUGHTON
      >MIFFLIN, Tolkien's official publisher, and from NEW LINE CINEMA.
      >
      >There will be Food and Refreshments available throughout the Reading
      >for anyone.
      >
      >WALDENBOOKS from Tower City will have a BOOKTABLE available Thursday, Nov 14
      >and Friday, Nov 15 from 4 - 10 PM for anyone who wou
      >ld like to purchase
      >Tolkien & LORD OF THE RINGS books, calendars and related merchandise. 10%
      >Discount coupons will be given to anyone who makes a purchase. In addition,
      >WALDENBOOKS will donate another 10% to our Campus Ministry for anyone who
      >makes a purchase.
      >
      >Check out our wonderful Website:www.csuohio.edu/lotr/
      >___________________________________________________________________
      >
      >This Event is sponsored by: The EDGE: Lutheran Campus Ministry at CSU, the
      >CSU English Department, and New Line Cinema.
      >For More Info:
      >call 216-241-7120
      >Email: <mailto:luthcampmin@...>luthcampmin@...


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