Daily Archives: February 6, 2019

Not All Repetition Is Vain Repitition

Recently I have come to appreciate one song in particular by the contemporary singer Dua Lipa.  Dua Lipa is a young woman of Albanian heritage and has become vastly popular, first in the United Kingdom, where she grew up and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Harry Potter, Narnia, And The Lord Of The Rings: What You Need To Know About Fantasy Books And Movies

Harry Potter, Narnia, And The Lord Of The Rings:  What You Need To Know About Fantasy Books And Movies, by Richard Abanes If you know going into it that this book is written from the point of view of an … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Fall Of Gondolin

The Fall Of Gondolin, by J.R.R. Tolkien It is striking that such an important subject in the lore of the Silmarillion was only explored once.  For all of Tolkien’s voluminous writing, he only ended up inside the city of Gondolin … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Fall Of Arthur

The Fall Of Arthur, by J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Christopher Tolkien I must admit that while I liked this book a great deal, reading this book made me ponder something about the way that the fragmentary writings of the dead … Continue reading

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