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rohirric-hunter · 6 hours ago
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Can’t believe Gothmog isn’t over that whole “casting him into the void” thing. That happened, like, three months ago. SMH.
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i-shitpost · 10 hours ago
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LOTR AU where Boromir and Legolas are roommates that have a condo...
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And Gandalf likes the Condo so much that he decides that he wants one too-
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Based off of this post by @orgyincamelot
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kriimu10 · 13 hours ago
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Soy family is going away for the whole day tomorrow and i have two ways i could spe d my days and y'all need to help me. I'l be starting my day in about 11 hours, by england (as in like london, i just dont undestand anything abt england countries exept that there USA and then more and well wut) time it'll be a bit after 7
Option 1: lotr marathon!!!!!!!!!! I cant do it when they're home cuz they dont want me to wach movies all day.
Option 2: go outside, go to the river and climb the tree and then read fellowship of the ring in that tree, take my turtle outside, read more inside.
So what should i do?
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revolutionoftenderness · 18 hours ago
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“Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them, In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.” – JRR Tolkien, Ring Verse, The Fellowship of the Ring  [Original Cover Design, by J.R.R. Tolkien]
• Revolution of Tenderness is launching its first-ever reading group, an 8-week literary pilgrimage through The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume of Tolkien’s monumental trilogy. Our weekly meetings  will be enhanced with videos, rarely-heard recordings of Tolkien interviews, and a commemorative journal that will include inspiring quotes and prompts.
We’ve chosen this novel because of a rare opportunity: the Rimini Meeting in Italy, Europe’s most-attended week-long cultural festival, is held annually in August. This year’s edition will feature an historic collaboration between the Meeting, Oxford University, and St. Andrews University in presenting The Tree of Tales, a remarkable exhibit on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien. The Revolution of Tenderness literary pilgrimage will culminate in watch parties of the Rimini event, and other behind-the scenes opportunities reserved exclusively for Revolution of Tenderness members. More:  https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/tolkien-summer-literary-pilgrimage 
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samcharis · 21 hours ago
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Tolkien wrote LOTR in the 30s and 40s when women had no rights. He wrote Eowyn as this badass who laughed in the face of death and stood up to the sexism of men.
In the movies that were made in the late 90s and early 2000s, they decided her feminist scenes from the book weren't worth keeping and all we got was "I am no man".
Tolkien knew the importance of women, not just being a part of the narrative, but leading it, and, as much as I love the movies, Peter Jackson didn't. This will always be something that pisses me off. There are SO many men and they cut the scenes of the one woman who stood up to them.
Women in fantasy deserve more. Women in film deserve more. Women deserve more. Period.
To all the little girls watching LOTR: I hope you read the books as soon as you can. There's more for you. You can be the hero just as much as Aragorn, Frodo, Sam, Theoden, Legolas, Gimli, Gandalf, etc. But don't just stop there. You don't need anyone to tell you what you're able to do, especially a man. Be your own Tolkien. Write your own story. Make your own movie. Do what you want because you can.
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haverwood · a day ago
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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson New Zealand/UK, 2001 ★★★★ On a big screen, bay-beeehh!!
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kriimu10 · a day ago
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Can anybody translate?
Its in some tolkein language (prob sindarin) and its in the beginning of the book and i've alwais wondered what it means.
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lady-arryn · 2 days ago
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Sam + rolled up sleeves
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jurijurijurious · 2 days ago
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My Top 9 Comfort Movies
Thanks for tagging me @robins-treasure!
1) Elizabeth (d’oh!)
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2) The Ghost and Mrs Muir (my heart...)
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3) Dracula (1958) G’uh...
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4) The Lion in Winter (Oh the sass.)
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5) The Banger Sisters (I would never have watched this if Geoff hadn’t been in it, but God it’s such wonderful, easy-going trash to chill out to. Don’t forget the Rock Cock Collection...)
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6) Quills (To my belovéd reader...)
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7) Jurassic Park (Clever girl...)
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8) Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (Visually and emotionally incredible. We shan’t think too hard about the plot...)
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9) Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (First and best imo.)
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I’ll tag @captainofthegreenpeas​, @thisbluespirit​, and @beardofkamenev​, if you fancy it, and anyone else please help yourself, I hate tagging and I forget who I’m mutuals with all the time... ^^;
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"Down the centre stalked a double line of towering pillars. They were carved like boles of mighty trees whose boughs upheld the roof with a branching tracery of stone. Their stems were smooth and black, but a red glow was darkly mirrored in their sides. Right across the floor, close to the feet of two huge pillars a great fissure had opened. Out of it a fierce red light came, and now and again, flames licked at the brink and curled about the bases of the columns. Wisps of dark smoke wavered in the hot air."  – JRR Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring (Book II, Chapter 5)  [Mines of Moria, concept art, Ralph Bakshi 
• Revolution of Tenderness is launching its first-ever reading group, an 8-week literary pilgrimage through The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume of Tolkien’s monumental trilogy. Our weekly meetings  will be enhanced with videos, rarely-heard recordings of Tolkien interviews, and a commemorative journal that will include inspiring quotes and prompts.We’ve chosen this novel because of a rare opportunity: the Rimini Meeting in Italy, Europe’s most-attended week-long cultural festival, is held annually in August. This year’s edition will feature an historic collaboration between the Meeting, Oxford University, and St. Andrews University in presenting The Tree of Tales, a remarkable exhibit on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien. The Revolution of Tenderness literary pilgrimage will culminate in watch parties of the Rimini event, and other behind-the scenes opportunities reserved exclusively for Revolution of Tenderness members. More:  https://www.revolutionoftenderness.net/tolkien-summer-literary-pilgrimage 
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akaneryk · 3 days ago
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Y/N: *falls into Middle-earth*
Fellowship:*stares confused *
Y/N: There is nothing I hate more than being in the center of attention, and yet here I am all eyes on me
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the1redrose · 4 days ago
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LOTR and The Hobbit fans look what just came in. I have seen the movies and now it is time to read the books. Can't wait to start this adventure. The books are so small as small as a hobbit. I love it.
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pyrokinetic-loser · 4 days ago
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okay so im like only 165 pages into the fellowship of the ring and i know NOTHING about this world but are sam and frodo in love or what
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he-said-irene · 4 days ago
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I sit beside the fire and think
of all that I have seen,
of meadow-flowers and butterflies
in summers that have been;
Of yellow leaves and gossamer
in autumns that there were,
with morning mist and silver sun
and wind upon my hair.
I sit beside the fire and think
of how the world will be
when winter comes without a spring
that I shall ever see.
For still there are so many things
that I have never seen:
in every wood in every spring
there is a different green.
I sit beside the fire and think 
of people long ago,
and people who will see a world
that I shall never know.
But all the while I sit and think
of times there were before,
I listen for returning feet
and voices at the door.
- Bilbo Baggins, The Fellowship of the Ring
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