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Lady of Rivendell

I’m sure the claim that Tolkien created very stereotypical female characters is familiar to many. This idea is of course quite without basis; Éowyn in especial comes to mind. 586 more words

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The Medieval and the Modern, Part 3

(Part 1) (Part 2)

The war, as I have said, severed the connection to the medieval past through the brutality it inflicted on the land it touched and on those who participated in it. 943 more words

Historical Ramblings

Grey Havens YA at Denver Comic Con!

Denver Comic Con 2015 is still partying on, but Grey Havens YA’s panel is now completed! We had a great day on Sunday, and we want to thank everyone for their support and encouragement. 383 more words

Geek

badgaladriel reblogged this on The Grey Havens Group and commented:

Grey Havens YA had an adventure at Denver Comic Con! Maybe next year, the Grey Havens Group will be there, too.

Doviel and Meluil

Story by Doviel

In honor of Meluil’s forthcoming begetting day celebrations, Doviel escorted her cousin through the dangerous territories between the west and Lothlórien. It had been a long time since her cousin had been home, and it was a special occasion. 2,339 more words

Fan Fiction

>>> Backyard Adventures Are The Best <<<

Our cousins came over for a visit and to celebrate a couple birthdays

Altogether we had about 15 people in the house

Eleven of which were kids… 221 more words

The Greyscale

Tolkien is often blamed for creating black and white characters. Either they’re completely on the good side, or they’re completely on the bad side, and for this reason there are a ton of other authors who are way better at characterization that Tolkien is. 1,087 more words

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