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This would be insignificant, but he looks exactly like he did thirty years ago. Legolas never left Middle-Earth, but stayed behind to look after Aragorn's children--most specifically the first-born daughter of each generation. This generation's daughter was never prepared to believe in Elves, much less Legolas. Set in the early years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England.
Perrott's Folly is nearby. Tolkien's influences The influence of the Welsh languagewhich Tolkien had learned, is summarized in his essay English and Welsh: The Lord of the Rings, in evidence: This element in the tale has given perhaps more pleasure to more readers than anything else in it.
Tolkien included neither any explicit religion nor cult in his work. Rather the themes, moral philosophy, and cosmology of The Lord of the Rings reflect his Catholic worldview. In one of his letters Tolkien states, "The Lord of the Rings is of course a fundamentally religious and Catholic work; unconsciously so at first, but consciously in the revision.
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That is why I have not put in, or have cut out, practically all references to anything like 'religion', to cults or practices, in the imaginary world. For the religious element is absorbed into the story and the symbolism. This shows in such names as "Underhill", and the description of Saruman's industrialization of Isengard and The Shire. It has also been suggested that The Shire and its surroundings were based on the countryside around Stonyhurst College in Lancashire where Tolkien frequently stayed during the s.
After Milton Waldman, his contact at Collins, expressed the belief that The Lord of the Rings itself "urgently wanted cutting", Tolkien eventually demanded that they publish the book in Tolkien did not like the title The Return of the King, believing it gave away too much of the storyline, but deferred to his publisher's preference. Tolkien was initially opposed to titles being given to each two-book volume, preferring instead the use of book titles: The Lord of the Rings: However these individual book titles were later scrapped, and after pressure from his publishers, Tolkien initially suggested the titles: Wollheimscience fiction editor of the paperback publisher Ace Booksclaimed that The Lord of the Rings was not protected in the United States under American copyright law because Houghton Mifflin, the US hardcover publisher, had neglected to copyright the work in the United States.LOTR The Fellowship of the Ring - Extended Edition - The Council of Elrond Part 2
Tolkien took issue with this and quickly notified his fans of this objection. Tolkien undertook various textual revisions to produce a version of the book that would be published with his consent and establish an unquestioned US copyright.
On September 4,the novel debuted on New York Times' Paperback Bestsellers list as number three, and was number one by December 4, a position it held for eight weeks.
Hammond and Christina Scull, under supervision from Christopher Tolkien, studied and revised the text to eliminate as many errors and inconsistencies as possible, some of which had been introduced by well-meaning compositors of the first printing inand never been corrected.
Further corrections were added to the 60th Anniversary Edition in Posthumous publication of drafts[ edit ] From to Christopher Tolkien published the surviving drafts of The Lord of The Rings, chronicling and illuminating with commentary the stages of the text's development, in volumes 6—9 of his History of Middle-earth series.