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This Week in Middle-earth

This Week in Middle-earth

Year 2042 – The Hobbit June 22 Bilbo arrives at Bag End and finds the auction underway ‘Bless me! What’s going on?’ he cried. There was a great commotion, and people of all sorts, respectable […]

This Week in Middle-earth

This Week in Middle-earth

Year 2041 – The Hobbit June 9-15 Bilbo, Gandalf and the Dwarves keep resting in Rivendell All of them, the ponies as well, grew refreshed and strong in a few days there. Their clothes were […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth – June 5, 2014

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth – June 5, 2014

Olly Wotherspoon created this Hobbit house in his family’s back garden, spending only 14 days and £4,000. He told the Daily Mail, “We live in a normal semi-detached house on a busy road. So we […]

This Week in Middle-earth

This Week in Middle-earth

Year 2941 – The Hobbit May (uncertain dates) The company encounters the trolls “Bilbo Baggins, a bur – a hobbit,” said poor Bilbo, shaking all over, and wondering how to make owl-noises before they throttled […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth – May 13, 2014

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth – May 13, 2014

In case you missed yesterday’s inaugural daily post, we’ve decided to turn “An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth” from a weekly post to a daily post! We noticed that there were so many Tolkien/Hobbit/LOTR -related stories making headlines that it only seemed […]

This Week in Middle-earth

This Week in Middle-earth

Year 2942 – The Hobbit May 1 Gandalf and Bilbo return to Rivendell Year 3019 – The Lord of the Rings May 1 Crowning of King Elessar Elrond and Arwen set out from Rivendell Then […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

This awesome triptych featuring Kili, Thorin, and Fili is titled “The Line of Durin” by Adriana Melo. If you are interested in a print, you can contact her through her Tumblr. (Myla Malinalda) The Zaraysky […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

Benjamin Harff created this deluxe edition of the Silmarillion for his thesis at the Rhein-Sieg-Akademie. This beautiful work was created entirely by hand in a very short amount of time. The opening page alone took […]

Women and Chauvinism in Middle-earth: Arwen

Women and Chauvinism in Middle-earth: Arwen

Last time, I compared Galadriel and Shelob as opposite ends of the representations of female power. In my article series “Women and Chauvinism in Middle-earth”, I try to examine the interplay and representation of gender […]

Bilbo Boards The Story Train

Bilbo Boards The Story Train

Bilbo Baggins will be riding on the North Yorkshire Railway this summer, as part of the railway’s Story Train programme and he will not be travelling alone.  Gandalf the Grey, beautiful elf princess Arwen and a […]