A listing of Tolkien's works and where they all fit together, with some guidance on reading-order.
"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world." So too if script-writers would not change perfectly-written lines of dialogue for no good reason at all!
An excerpt from the Blue Book of Frogmorton (not nearly so well-known as its red cousin in Westmarch): There once was a hobbit named Baggins Who'd gone off to steal jools from a dragon Folk thought he was dead but he came back instead And his treasure set tongues all a-waggin'. As with most entries... Continue Reading →
"He's not quite dead yet!"