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Download à PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien ¾ 2 Characters Read & download The Lord of the Rings One Ring to rule them all One Ring to find them One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind themIn ancient times the Rings of Power were crafted by the Elven smiths and Sauron the Dark Lord forged the One Ring filling it with his own power so that he could rule all others But the One Ring was taken from him and though he sought it throughout Middle earth it remained lost to him A. Twenty five years ago I d have given The Lord of the Rings my highest possible praise I came to Tolkien s masterpiece on my own and that meant much to me at twelve The only books that had been reached by me alone were books on mythology and horror Everything else I read from DH Lawrence to Hemingway to Dickens to Shakespeare and this also included Dracula and Dr Jeckyll and Mr Hyde because they were true classics was suggested and sanctioned by my mother for which I will always owe her deeplyBut The Lord of the Rings was mine and mine alone It is easy to forget that The Lord of the Rings was not a pop culture phenomenon in the seventies and early eighties It was a fringe book at least in North America something that was not yet considered a part of the canon something that was not a name on every boy s lips even if they were just getting to know DD let alone every child s lips Sure it was respected and loved by those who knew it but knowing it was not a foregone conclusion as it is today and its audience was almost completely genre oriented In my little community my school and the blocks surrounding my home I was the first kid to read itAnd that first reading was a revelation Sure I d read The Hobbit but that didn t prepare me for the breadth and depth of The Lord of the Rings Middle Earth in its grandest incarnation To create a fantasy world is one thing but to breathe life into ages of that world to keep all the pieces together with such magnificent detail and rigour to create character after believable character and make us care about most of them even poor SmeagolGollum that is a literary labour of Hercules And by pulling it off Tolkien created the single most important manifestation of Fantasy that has ever and will ever be written The Lord of the Rings has rightly been named a classic It is part of the canon and it deserves its place It is entertaining it is weighty and it is loved by nearly allAyeand there s the rubIts indisputable greatness has made it indisputable It has become dogma among fanboys and fangirls that the bastions of The Lord of the Rings are unassailable Criticize Tolkien s work academically or otherwise and you put yourself in almost as much danger as a chatty atheist trying to engage in a theological discussion in a coliseum full of Jehovah s Witnesses how many of those folks will make it into the afterlife Isn t there a limitFeminist critics point out the lack of women in The Lord of the Rings and that those women who are present fulfill only the narrowest stereotypes owyn s strength is dependent upon adopting male gender ualities a typical stereotype of powerful women in fantasy and she is alone amongst the Rohirrim as a woman who can and will fight All other women in her culture are present as a reason to fight rather than as integral parts of the struggle Arwen s place in the books at least as a maiden waiting for the hand of her king takes the reason to fight to even greater heights And the only powerful female Galadriel as the terrible beautiful elven ueen is too far removed from mortality and reality to be anything than a mid tale deus ex machina thereby removing her from the realm of women and men and making her a pseudo god whose power is allowed only because it is arcane and mysterious Post Colonial critics have latched onto the racism inherent in The Lord of the Rings pointing out the hierarchies between the races from the superiority of the elves to the chosen role of European Men of the West under the leadership of Aragorn to the lesser races of Dwarves and Hobbits the former are lesser because they are too greedy and the latter are lesser because they are children Post Colonialists look to the orientalization of Sauron s forces and the configuration of evil as an inherent uality of Orcs and the dark folk They point out Tolkien s family s history as a cog in the mechanism of English Imperialism and his own birth in one of the most blatantly racist colonies of all South Africa while he did leave at three years old his family s presence there at all suggests that some of the classic colonial opinions about the colonized dark races helped form the man who wrote these books as possible reasons for this racism These criticisms further suggest at least to me that the archetypal source of all fantasy s entrenched racism even those books being written today is The Lord of the Rings Those fantasy authors who have followed Tolkien consistently and inescapably embrace his configuration of the races yes even those like RA Salvatore who try and fail to derail this configuration and the concepts of good and evil that go along with them which leads to the stagnation and diminishment of their genreThe fact is that these flaws do exist in The Lord of the Rings They are present They are easy to find But few of Tolkien s rabid fans want to hear about them And even when the criticism is not necessarily suggesting a flaw in Tolkien s work but merely the presence of some subtext the dogmatists react with rage and condemnation A fine example of this is when ueer and Gender theorists point to the overwhelming relationships between men and how the relationship between Frodo and Sam is homosocial at least and possibly even homosexual The only true intimacy in the book occurs between the men after all and to ignore that fact is to ignore one of key components of why The Lord of the Rings is so emotionally satisfying especially to young men Even faced with these ideas supported by convincing arguments however many fans either strive for ignorance or attack the messenger This may have much to do with the worry unreasonable though it is that to admit that a flaw or something uncomfortable exists in any of these books which so many people love so deeply is to accept that The Lord of the Rings is neither great nor worthy of loveBut this is not the case I love The Lord of the Rings even though I subscribe completely to the post colonial criticism and see the merits in both the feminine and ueer criticisms not to mention the countless other criticisms and subtexts that are floating aroundThe books are racist they are sexist They are not perfect And I must criticize the elements of The Lord of the Rings that make me uncomfortable and deserve no praise But my complaints and the complaints of critics make Tolkien s achievement no less great Tolkien created the most magnificent imaginary world ever conceived and for good or ill Fantasy would be nothing today were it not for him The Lord of the Rings is a triumph on countless levels but it is not the word of God nor should it be elevated to such heightsI love The Lord of the Rings but I love it with reservations I love it because of its place in my personal mythology its genuine originality its creativity its power but I love it with my mind open to its flaws and I refuse to make excuses for Tolkien or his workTwenty five years ago I d have given The Lord of the Rings my highest possible praise Not today But I 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    (PDF KINDLE) The Lord of the Rings Author J.R.R. Tolkien Download à PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ J.R.R. Tolkien Twenty five years ago I'd have given The Lord of the Rings my highest possible praise I came to Tolkien's masterpiece on my own and that meant much to me at twelve The only books that had been reached by me alone were books on mythology and horror Everything else I read from DH Lawrence to Hemingway to Dickens to Shakespe

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    Read & download The Lord of the Rings (PDF KINDLE) The Lord of the Rings Author J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien ¾ 2 Characters Writing a review of this masterpiece is impossible I can’t do it There’s too much to talk about and I love it far too much to articulate my thoughts in a normal way So instead I’ve picked one element of each book that I liked th

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    (PDF KINDLE) The Lord of the Rings Author J.R.R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings I have read LotR many times over the years in fact it is I think the book I have read the most in this world which i suppose makes it my favourite book albeit closely followed by half a dozen others shout if you want

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