Re: [mythsoc] I am in fact a hobbit
- On Fri, 07 Feb 2003 12:29:08 -0800, "Grace E. Funk" <gfunk@...>
> IThe nearest correspondence I can think of is that anyone, apparently, can
> cannot recall anyone in Middle-earth coming and going into faeryland
> (whatever that means).
visit Rivendell as they please (unlike Lorien, the only other place in
Middle-Earth which could be construed as a "faeryland", into which free
entrance is prohibited.) I've long wondered, by the way, how Boromir
found Rivendell. He did not know its exact location, as I remember, and
the wild North is very large and trackless.
> Sauron was aware of what they did, andDoes not the Tale of Years in the appendices to _The Lord of the Rings_
> later gathered rings that had been made (but not the Three) but there is
> no commanding.
say that Sauron instructed the elves of Hollin in ring-making?
> On page 71, Bramlett states, As a young man, his mother introduced him<laughing> Sex-change surgery has advanced considerably, yet I doubt
> to Latin, French, and German Tolkiens mother died when he was 13;
> hardly a young man.
that even today there are very many mothers in the world who once were
Who edits this guy, anyway?
Ernest S. Tomlinson