A very early guide to the SF genre.
A Essay written looking into the significant themes of The Hobbit by J.J.R. Tolkien.
What’s the connection between J R R Tolkien and Charles Dickens? We know that they were two of the most incredible and well respected authors of their time and their popularity has endured over the years, but what other connection could there possibly be?
I have to question the originality of Rowling’s idea. Did she get her ideas of Tolkien? Did Tolkien influence Rowling so much with his book LOTR that she has used the plot in her book? An analysis between Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.
Betrayal often hold lots of significance in literature, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight in no exception.
One of the most famous stories concerning King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table, focussing on Gawain, second only in importance to Sir Lancelot. Gawain is the noblest and most chivalrous of the knights, totally honourable to women, even though few return his affection.
Counting down the 10 greatest pieces of literature to date.
JRR Tolkien wrote his epic fantasy novel, The Lord of the Rings, between 1937 and 1949. Since then it has inspired a huge amount of fan art, focusing on Tolkien’s detailed characters. Lord of the Ring fanatics have even recreated scenery from Tolkien’s Middle Earth, such as these Hobbit houses.
J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy masterpiece transports you to another world, don’t miss this one, it’s worth your time, but is it worth your money? Brief summary and recommendations inside.