Albero e foglia
'Mythopoeia' is lovely, too. 'Leaf by Niggle' i...more
As one would expect the essay on fairy stories is rich and deep. I would really like to hear it read aloud but I don't see an audio version anywhere of the entire thing ... so I may just have to record it for myself. When paired with this essay, Leaf by Niggle takes on simila...more
you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it.
در طول کتاب هی به این فکر میکردم که چی میشد اگر تالکین پدربزرگم بود.
I found the first part dealing with Faerie Stories was rather spot on with the thinkings of what I've always wondered about. Certainly is a thrill to see someone, especially when that someone happens to be Tolkien who crafted the world of MiddleEarth and its inhabitants, that they share similar views on certain aspects. It only made my heart swell with something deep and heartfelt since I've been working on a 5 year project that questions where everything begi...more
If you choose to read this book, I think you'll enjoy it if you want to understand this great author's way of approaching his craft. If you're just looking for another good Tolkien story, just read "Leaf by Niggle" and skip the other parts.
Tree and Leaf is composed of four parts. An essay - "On Fairy Stor...more
I did like Niggle's short story though. The protagonist grows on you and becomes another one of Tolkien's very memorable characters.
این زیباترین داستانی بود که درباره زیباشناسی هنر خواندم
On Fairy-Stories (*****) was actually one of Tolkiens lectures that he expanded for print and is a marvelous look at the origins, common themes, weeding out false fairy-tales from "real" ones (the difference between "fairy tales", "beast fable", "traveler's tales", "dream", etc.) and even the need for fairy-tales in society. The literature geek and true fairy tale lover (I totall...more
‘Tree and Leaf’ (2001 edition) also contains Mythopoeia, the Homecoming of Beorhtnoth, on fairy stories and Leaf by Niggle. *Note: some of which you can find in the book titled “Tales from the Perilous Realm” *In Tolkien’s world fairy stories are not just for children and the magic of the fantasy genre is exquisitely captured, in such a way as to delight and dazzle many a reader (who may have cause to c...more
Dos ideas son destacables; primero des...more
Tolkien was Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford from 1925 to 1945, and Merton Professor of English language and literature from 1945 to 1959. He was a cl...more
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and yet they would not in despair retreat,
but oft to victory have tuned the lyre
and kindled hearts with legendary fire,
illuminating Now and dark Hath-been
with light of suns as yet by no man seen.”