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I was wondering

Elenorflower
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Oct 5 2012, 7:46pm


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also if that is why Harry Potter is so popular, why it has touched some inner longing a lot of us have to find these other worlds. Potters magic world is all around us but hidden just slightly out of view, you can just about catch it from the corner of your eye. I think that as a Muggle I could somehow stumble into The leaky Cauldron off a dusty London alleyway and find myself in Diagon Alley. Whereas looking for Middle Earth would be a might more difficult. Unfortunately. Frown


(This post was edited by Elenorflower on Oct 5 2012, 7:54pm)

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The Weirdstone of Brisingamen and Tolkien Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Oct 5 2012, 11:36am
    Yes, I like fantasy that is set in a world I can identify with Eruonen Send a private message to Eruonen Oct 5 2012, 4:32pm
        I was wondering Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Oct 5 2012, 7:46pm
            Because imaginatively, it is older and the lands have changed. Eruonen Send a private message to Eruonen Oct 5 2012, 10:06pm

 
 
 

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