J.R.R. Tolkien

NOUN
  1. British philologist and writer of fantasies (born in South Africa) (1892-1973)
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  • Most readers will be aware that "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" began its life as a tale invented to amuse the three Liddell girls during a boat trip, but it may come as a revelation—or not, depending on your taste—to hear that J.R.R. Tolkien had to force-feed his children nightly installments of "The Hobbit. Writers at Work, Seeking a Spark
  • For those of you unfamiliar with J.R.R. Tolkien, prepare to enter a land where humans share the earth with goblins, trolls, elves, dwarves, dragons and, of course, hobbits.
  • Again, unlike the Christian apologist C.S. Lewis or the "high fantasist" J.R.R. Tolkien, Huxley was not a mythologist or a romantic Medievalist who depreciated the Renaissance. Jonathan D. Moreno: Brave New World Turns 80
  • Now an international, multi-ethnic, and cross-disciplinary group of scholars investigates the meaningful ways in which fantasy and Native America intersect, examining classics by American Indian authors such as Louise Erdrich, Gerald Vizenor, and Leslie Marmon Silko, as well as non-Native fantasists such as H.P. Lovecraft, J.R.R. Tolkien, and J.K. Rowling. TOC: Intersection of Fantasy & Native America edited by Amy H. Sturgis and David D. Oberhelman
  • For those of you unfamiliar with J.R.R. Tolkien, prepare to enter a land where humans share the earth with goblins, trolls, elves, dwarves, dragons and, of course, hobbits.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien, on the other hand, was so very much a man of letters that he did not even attempt to publish any of his fiction until a reader at Allen and Unwin chanced to hear of The Hobbit and pried the typescript out of his hands. Moorcock, Saruman and the Dragon’s Tail
  • For these operas, Wagner mined the same vein of Nordic myth that J.R.R. Tolkien used a century later for his own Ring epic.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien perfectly summed up the critical reaction to his fiction in a clerihew: The little old daddy from Arizona
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