Errantry is a poem made by Bilbo, possibly on early days after returning from his journey. The poem is a bit nonsensical and follows a mariner. An earlier version of this poem, with the same name, was published in the Oxford Magazine the 9th November 1933. A later version of the poem is Eärendil Was a Mariner which is also by Bilbo, in The Lord of the Rings.
Favorite horse? Bill! Because I’m so glad he could come with the Hobbits and Strider from Bree and get better. If you could spend a day in Middle-earth, what would you want to do? I’d go join in listening to storytelling around a hearth where I could find it. Maybe in Meduseld or a camp … Continue reading Tolkien Questionaire (5/5)
Have you read the book? Yes, I don’t think I’d be able to answer some of the earlier questions if not! I think that I have read The Hobbit four times and The Lord of the Rings three times. I might have written about this in my “About the blogger” section? Have you ever had … Continue reading Tolkien Questionaire (4/5)
Here are the next answers to the Tolkien Questionaire that I am currently doing! The first two questions this time is really difficult for me because I have no memory for lines and quotes! I remember the overall big picture and various facts here and there, but exact phrasing, that’s difficult… So, I don’t think … Continue reading Tolkien Questionaire (3/5)
Here are my answers to the next ten questions! Who is your least favorite paring? (canon or non-canon) Going non-canon here: Sam and Frodo. Because the whole point is that it is about their resolute friendship and care for each other, their close relationship is not of a romantic nature. What unpopular opinion do you have … Continue reading Tolkien Questionaire (2/5)
Since I've just got about a few days to finish the book I'm reading before taking up The Book of Lost Tales part 2, I'm thinking that I will do like A Tolkienist's Perspective and answer these Tolkien related questions. I'll be featuring 10 questions for each posts. So there will be five of them. … Continue reading Tolkien Questionaire (1/5)