So what did the New York Times think of The Hobbit when it came out in 1938? Read the original review to find out. http://t.co/0p7rFZXy
A devoted Tolkien fan has created his own, hand-drawn version of The Silmarillion, one of my favourite books. http://ow.ly/6flBy
If you are a Tolkien fan, this Le Monde interview with Christopher Tolkien is mandatory reading. http://t.co/HXseB3be
Say it ain’t so! The Hobbit movie has gone from being two movies to three. Talk about a cash grab. http://t.co/bu1hX3zC
If it weren’t for Stanley Unwin’s son liking The Hobbit, it might never have been published. Listen to this BBC report. http://t.co/C5m0MS4P
Could you imagine The Hobbit if the main character was a girl instead of the familiar male Bilbo? One mother began reading the story with...
Don’t expect any Silmarillion movies any time soon because Peter Jackson doesn’t own the film rights. You might think it to unwieldy a book to...
If J.R.R. Tolkien was an advertising< copy writer, we might see ads that look like these. http://t.co/RmtZJt5wyk
If the last Hobbit movie disappointed you, spend some time instead watching an interview with J.R.R. Tolkien himself. http://t.co/otzAt1VLj6