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Supper is like "tea" in 'A journey to the Cross-roads'

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Aug 10 2009, 5:39am


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Supper is like "tea" in 'A journey to the Cross-roads' [In reply to] Can't Post

"Thorin stared at him suspiciously: he seemed frightened or excited. `Go now? What's your little game? It isn't time yet. It can't be supper-time even, leastways not in decent places where there is supper.'"

"You are a very fine person, Mr. Baggins, and I am very fond of you" - Gandalf.

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**An Unexpected Party** - 10. A few thematic questions…simple stuff... the Narrator, Social Class, Anachronism, Fairy Tales... squire Send a private message to squire Mar 29 2009, 3:19pm
    Long story made longer... Morthoron Send a private message to Morthoron Mar 29 2009, 5:21pm
        Whoa! Thank you very much!! squire Send a private message to squire Mar 29 2009, 5:48pm
        Yes, thanks indeed! N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 29 2009, 7:10pm
        And another thank-you! dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Mar 30 2009, 2:06am
        Fascinating story! Thank you! // sador Send a private message to sador Mar 30 2009, 6:19am
        Very interesting. Obviously I didn't read your post Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 30 2009, 2:50pm
    Thanks, squire! Enjoyed the week! batik Send a private message to batik Mar 29 2009, 5:35pm
    tales out of school Luthien Rising Send a private message to Luthien Rising Mar 29 2009, 9:44pm
    Thoughts. Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 29 2009, 10:20pm
    This has been fun! dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Mar 30 2009, 2:28am
    A few answers, some to the point sador Send a private message to sador Mar 30 2009, 6:17am
        You remember correctly. Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 30 2009, 3:04pm
            Thank you! sador Send a private message to sador Mar 31 2009, 6:47am
    Thankyou for a wonderful week and a great beginning ... Elven Send a private message to Elven Mar 30 2009, 10:27am
    Thank you, squire, for an interesting discussion. Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 30 2009, 3:10pm
    The servant question Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Mar 30 2009, 7:55pm
        He reminds me of some bachelors I know Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 30 2009, 8:02pm
    Thank you Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Mar 30 2009, 8:44pm
    Well Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Mar 30 2009, 8:48pm
        Thorin reminds me of some scam artists of the time. Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 30 2009, 9:06pm
    *faint voice from the back of the room* That was me! GaladrielTX Send a private message to GaladrielTX Mar 31 2009, 12:14am
        Yes! Sorry indeed! squire Send a private message to squire Mar 31 2009, 12:26am
    Some comments and some wondering simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Mar 31 2009, 3:49am
        Where and when does "The Hobbit" take place? N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 4:40pm
            Sam starting a new business? simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Mar 31 2009, 7:43pm
                It's in the Prologue to LotR. Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 31 2009, 8:35pm
                    I answered to NEB below but simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Mar 31 2009, 11:19pm
                    "On Fairy Stories" simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 3:20am
                        I'm sorry, I can't help but chuckle. Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 6:42am
                            Is "Farmer Giles of Ham" a Fairy-tale? sador Send a private message to sador Apr 1 2009, 7:09am
                                I suppose so, although Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 7:27am
                                    Eucatastrophes Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 1 2009, 4:45pm
                                        I don't find Farmer Giles' Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 9:53pm
                                            I find the choice of child very unexpected indeed... Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 2 2009, 4:19am
                                                Yes, but Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 2 2009, 4:58pm
                                                    Noakes is the tragedy Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 2 2009, 5:12pm
                                                        Okay. Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 2 2009, 5:18pm
                                                            Maybe different experiences have something to do with it. Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 2 2009, 5:29pm
                                                                Fair enough, although Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 2 2009, 5:35pm
                            Not a very good job simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 1:58pm
                                In his defense, Tolkien had a different purpose. Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 2:25pm
                                    I have the “Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics” simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 2:53pm
                In addition to what Curious notes N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 8:52pm
                    A few names and quick thoughts simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Mar 31 2009, 10:44pm
                        Tolkien actually mentions de Saussure. N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 11:18pm
                            Yes, there are references but I don't recall "On Fairy Stories" among them simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 2:41am
                        How would you define Faerie? Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 6:58am
                            Few quick words on "Faerie" and "fairy" terms simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 2:22pm
                                Very interesting stuff. Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 2:41pm
                                    I'm not questioning the quality of his work! simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 2:51pm
                                        Yes, and that makes sense. Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 3:19pm
                            Sea Ania? Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 1 2009, 4:39pm
                                Defining Faerie has nothing to do with origins simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Apr 1 2009, 7:12pm
                                    I miscommunicated. Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 1 2009, 7:19pm
                Europe. Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Mar 31 2009, 8:55pm
                Earning Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Mar 31 2009, 10:17pm
                    On spec Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Mar 31 2009, 10:31pm
            "...a Warwickshire village of about the period of the Diamond Jubilee..." Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Mar 31 2009, 8:52pm
                What is this "Shire" you mention? N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 9:05pm
                    Where is Byzantium? Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Mar 31 2009, 9:15pm
                        Past, or passing, or to come. // N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 10:28pm
        A few explanations. Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Mar 31 2009, 9:42pm
            The Gaffer may have been an enabler, Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 31 2009, 10:13pm
            Thank you for all these! simplyaven Send a private message to simplyaven Mar 31 2009, 11:22pm
            Egalitarianism sador Send a private message to sador Apr 1 2009, 6:03am
                Luck and opportunity Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 1 2009, 4:05pm
                    Beautifully said Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Apr 1 2009, 4:19pm
                        The story of Evariste Galois Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 4:52pm
                            Every now and than Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Apr 1 2009, 5:22pm
                        Is it? sador Send a private message to sador Apr 2 2009, 6:29am
                            I could be wrong. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Apr 2 2009, 4:44pm
                                Those graduate-level mathematicians are such cut-ups.// Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 2 2009, 4:50pm
                                    I was raised with jokes like that. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Apr 2 2009, 5:41pm
                    So you're not such a radical after all! sador Send a private message to sador Apr 2 2009, 7:08am
                        Quite radical in the USA Dreamdeer Send a private message to Dreamdeer Apr 2 2009, 5:02pm
    Man! I never realized this had started... Compa_Mighty Send a private message to Compa_Mighty Mar 31 2009, 3:23pm
        Is there really "nothing happy" about LOTR? // N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 3:37pm
        Welcome to the discussion! Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 31 2009, 4:36pm
            The "1960 Hobbit" was published in "The History of 'The Hobbit'". N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Mar 31 2009, 4:50pm
                I suspected as much. Thanks.// Curious Send a private message to Curious Mar 31 2009, 5:00pm
            Thank you! Compa_Mighty Send a private message to Compa_Mighty Mar 31 2009, 5:33pm
                What about 'The Field of Cormallen' and 'The Steward and the King'? sador Send a private message to sador Mar 31 2009, 6:43pm
                    Thanks, sador! Compa_Mighty Send a private message to Compa_Mighty Mar 31 2009, 10:57pm
            Confirming - and not confirming dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Apr 1 2009, 4:01am
                So I didn't make it up, but perhaps Carpenter did? Interesting. // Curious Send a private message to Curious Apr 1 2009, 6:45am
                    And we all believed it dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Apr 1 2009, 10:30am
    I should be grading algebra papers Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Mar 31 2009, 4:59pm
    Class, it's time to turn in your papers. Mmatmuor Send a private message to Mmatmuor Apr 3 2009, 3:11am
    They never eat supper! N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Aug 10 2009, 4:03am
        Supper is like "tea" in 'A journey to the Cross-roads' sador Send a private message to sador Aug 10 2009, 5:39am

 
 
 

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