Last weekend, the Hall of Fire crew delved into the Two Towers chapter the White Rider. Belatedly, for those who couldn’t attend, here’s a log. (more…)Posted in Barlimans, Green Books, Hall of Fire, J.R.R. Tolkien, Lord of the Rings, LotR Books, The Two Towers, Tolkien
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It resides mostly in Appendix A of Lord of the Rings, yet the story it tells reveals key parts of Aragorn’s character in The Lord of the Rings.
It is, of course, The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen — the Hall of Fire topic for later today.
‘For a moment Aragorn gazed in silence, but fearing that she would pass away and never be seen again, he called to her crying, Tinúviel, Tinúviel! even as Beren had done in the Elder Days long ago.
Then the maiden turned to him and smiled, and she said: “Who are you? And why do you call the by that name?” (more…)Posted in Barliman News, Barlimans, Hall of Fire
I quite enjoyed this short piece explaining the sacrifice that Gilraen, the mother of Aragorn, makes for her people. There’s also a bit of linguistic geekery for the word nerds. Enjoy. (more…)Posted in Fellowship of the Ring, Green Books, Languages, Lord of the Rings, LotR Books, Return of the King
Roheryn sends this in: To celebrate St. Valentine’s Day, Entertainment Weekly offered a list of Pop Culture’s Best Couples: 26 True (Fictional) Lovers. Presented in no particular order, Aragorn & Arwen may be found “smack” in the middle of the list at #12. Arwen & Aragorn: One of Pop Culture’s Best CouplesPosted in LotR Movies, Movie Return of the King