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Dec 8 2019, 5:43pm

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misleading things, visions

Thinking about Boromir's boat, and how Tolkien bewilders his characters reminded me of a talk by Prof Tom Shippey. I was going to post it here, but when I looked it up again, it seemed to belong even more in last week's chapter, The Mirror of Galadriel. So I put it over there: http://newboards.theonering.net/...i?post=968154#968154

I wasn't expecting the same theme to turn up in two such different chapters! But the favourite chapters project is going to make us dodge about in Tolkien's works, rather than tackle them in any conventional order. And perhaps more unexpected links will occur to us because of it- wouldn't that be nice!

The Reading Room 'favourite chapters' project. http://newboards.theonering.net/...i?post=967482#967482 Each week, someone presents a favourite chapter from The Hobbit, LOTR or the Silmarillion. Just sign yourself up onto the schedule if you can lead a chapter.

(This post was edited by noWizardme on Dec 8 2019, 5:45pm)

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Post edited by noWizardme (Asgardian) on Dec 8 2019, 5:45pm

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