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  • ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2005 5:32 AM Subject: [mythsoc] Digest Number 1783 > Message: 2 > Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 05:28:35 -0000 > From: "ebadams2000" > Subject: Re: New Tolkien Set Reply > > > > Thanks, I have Roverandom and Artist & Illustrator. Looks like I'll > have to get both the Set and the 50th anniversary Farmer Giles of > Ham now...
    tghsaw Jan 14, 2005
  • ...associate's ID he's tagged with when he puts the "new" copy into the cart will get the commission. Are we having fun yet?? ;-) --Trudy tgshaw@^$2 or tgshaw@^$3 http://www.frodolivesin.us/
    tghsaw Jan 2, 2005
  • > ________________________________________________________________________ > > Message: 7 > Elizabeth Apgar Triano > lizziewriter@^$1 > amor vincit omnia > www.lizziewriter.com > www.danburymineralogicalsociety.org > > > > It is in Vol. 10 of the History of Middle-earth, "Morgoth's Ring"....... > > I wish it could be reprinted in a more accessible place. I think Vol. > > 10 was...
    tghsaw Jan 1, 2005
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  • I realize I'm coming dangerously out of lurkdom here, but I find this whole area extremely interesting, maybe partly because I've been doing some studying of "On Fairy-stories" lately. These are just thoughts, not answers; I'm not sure if answers really exist. But I've spent most of my Saturday morning writing them, so figured I might as well put them out there. 8-) BTW, Michael...
    tghsaw Dec 18, 2004
  • Message: 17 Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 10:29:29 -0600 From: "Stolzi" Subject: Re: Of fantasy games >' Ian McKellen further informs us that one of the two stallions who played the legendary Shadowfax was "a diva." ' >Does McKellen mean that the stallion was temperamental and hard to handle - or that it wasn't a stallion at all, "divas" being feminine? Shades of Lassie! >Diamond...
    tghsaw Dec 18, 2004
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 20:33:00 EST From: Walkermonk@^$1 Subject: Re: Of fantasy games >I? I stir things up? I'm shocked, shocked, I tell you, that you would imply >such a thing. :-) I couldn't let this go by without at least waving to it in passing: an allusion to a line spoken by one of my favorite actors in, yes, a *movie*. But even Stephen Hawking is rethinking the physics...
    tghsaw Dec 18, 2004
  • Message: 12 Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 23:48:33 -0000 From: "Michael Martinez" Subject: Re: Question on the presentation of myth --- In mythsoc@^$1, "Michael Martinez" wrote: > How do each of you feel myth SHOULD be presented by today's myth > builders? Should it only be via written word? > Does a television or movie or radio or stage production -- which is > driven by a script...
    tghsaw Dec 14, 2004
  • > It's the word I think of when reading of Gollum trying to eat lembas. > > DB > > Sometimes an image is so perfect that even a lurker has to pop in and applaud it. --Trudy
    tghsaw Dec 11, 2004
  • > Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 19:26:20 -0700 > From: David Bratman > Subject: Re: God Testing Middle Earth? A request for sources. > Fine, but I wouldn't paraphrase the lesson of that as "This is as good as a > mortal can do, otherwise you don't need God," which is a quote of the > lesson expressed in your previous post. The lesson of this might be > expressed as, "If you do as much as...
    tghsaw Aug 19, 2004
  • > Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 10:54:49 -0400 > From: Jack > Subject: Re: RE: NEH Institute > > >I think it's the variant spellings of JRRT that he refers to; a site on > >JRRT (you would think) would be spelled consistently and correctly, esp. by > >educators. ---djb > It might depend on how badly they want to be found. On the main JRRT-related pages on my primary website, I have meta...
    tghsaw Jul 13, 2004