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A.N. Wilson's view on the Hobbit Films
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He makes a very good point

http://www.standard.co.uk/comment/com ... tml?origin=internalSearch

"J R R Tolkien, the Englishman I admire more than any other, was a rare combination. A scholar of the first rank, his was also a brilliant, primary imagination. He was the pre-eminent Germanic philologist of his age — specialising in 13th- and 14th- century English but knowing about Anglo-Saxon, and Norse"

"J R R Tolkien, the Englishman I admire more than any other" I agree

Posted on: 2012/12/4 12:33






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