Lord of the rings
J.R.R. Tolkien: Lord of the Rings. You are
entertaining and imaginative, creating whole
new worlds around yourself. Well loved, you
have a whole league of imitators, none of which
is quite as profound as you are. Stories and
songs give a spark of joy in the middle of your
eternal battle with the forces of evil.

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What does it say about me that I skipped most of Tolkien’s songs and poems, flipping past them to get to more storyline?

1 Comment to “Really?”

  1. By Arwen, November 17, 2005 @ 7:07 pm

    Liz, it’s okay to skip all the poems and stuff in the Trilogy until at least the fifth read. In fact, I highly recommend it. Also, the Council of Elrond. LoTR is a recursive book: it’s the book that (depending on your level of love for the story), can be read anew tens of times over. The truly committed continue read the appendices and the Simarillion, etc. The huge nerds learn elvish and write fan fiction.

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