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LittleHobbit
Lorien

May 12 2016, 1:42pm


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The unabridged audio book takes 10 hours


One should be able to read to oneself much more quickly than to read aloud. On the other hand, how long to read The Hobbit and also cross-reference all relevant passages from The Lord of the Rings and the Appendices?


Why should anyone read any parts of The Lord of the Rings itself to read all the material Jackson used for his adaptation of The Hobbit? Jackson only claims to have used The Hobbit itself and The Return of the King appendices. He never did, to my knowledge, make any reference to using any parts of LOTR (that is, except for the Appendices, which are not part of the main book).


(This post was edited by LittleHobbit on May 12 2016, 1:52pm)


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