Tolkien Reading Event at Pages Unbound


I mentioned recently that the blog Pages Unbound was hosting two weeks of guest posts on Tolkien-related topics. My own post, entitled “Two Moments in ‘Of the Ruin of Doriath’ that Don’t Have Much to do with the Ruin of Doriath,” has just gone up, and I thought it’d be good to provide you all with a tidy list of all the posts in one place.

March 25 – The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien – by Andrea of The Overstuffed Bookcase
March 26 – From Books to Movies and Back Again: A Fangirl’s Tale by Meghan of coffeeandwizards
March 27 – “On Fairy-Stories” by J.R.R. Tolkien by Zita of Pages Unbound
March 28 – Not Around But Through: The Place of The Children of Húrin in Tolkien’s Middle-Earth Story by David Mitchel of While We’re Paused
March 29 – Smith of Wotton Major by J.R.R. Tolkien by Briana of Pages Unbound
March 30 – If You Like J.R.R. Tolkien, Then Read… by Krysta of Pages Unbound
March 31 – The Philosophy of Tolkien by Peter Kreeft by Krysta of Pages Unbound

April 1 – Roverandom by J.R.R. Tolkien by Thalia of The Egotist’s Club
April 2 – “Leaf by Niggle” by J.R.R. Tolkien by Baggins of Baggins’s Book Blabber
April 3 – Eucatastrophe: Hope Beyond the Wall of the World by Urania of The Egotist’s Club
April 4 – 3 Things Tolkien Taught Me by Renae of Respiring Thoughts
April 5 – “She who Weeps”: the Value of Sorrow in Tolkien by Melpomene of The Egotist’s Club
April 6 – Two Moments in “Of the Ruin of Doriath” that Don’t Have Much to Do with the Ruin of Doriath by Yours Truly of the blog you are currently reading

Thirteen posts! An excellent output, my friends. Tolkien, I think, would be flattered that so long after his books were published, we are still enjoying them and taking them seriously. Don’t forget to read and add your comments to all of the posts that interest you!

Author: David

I’m a young Christian American reader writer dreamer wanderer walker flier listener talker scholar adventurer musician word-magician romantic critic religious idealist optipessimist man.

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