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a question about the "trilogy"

<3Peregrin
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Jan 17 2010, 1:29am


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I would like to know why there are all of these things saying that a "true fan knows that the lord of the rings isn't a trilogy." Is it because they are counting The Hobbit as a part of it, or because Tolkien wrote LotR as six books, but then published them as three?

Thank you =D

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a question about the "trilogy" <3Peregrin Send a private message to <3Peregrin Jan 17 2010, 1:29am
    It was written as one volume with six books within it. Kangi Ska Send a private message to Kangi Ska Jan 17 2010, 2:16am
    Wrong direction Alicia Send a private message to Alicia Jan 17 2010, 2:17am
        thank you! <3Peregrin Send a private message to <3Peregrin Jan 17 2010, 2:46am
        The volume titles Eldorion Send a private message to Eldorion Jan 22 2010, 7:14pm
    The six which are one. dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jan 17 2010, 3:19am
    Many become one.... elvenhobbit Send a private message to elvenhobbit Jan 26 2010, 10:02am

 
 
 

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