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sador
Title: Valinor
Status: Registered User
Registered: Nov 30 2007, 7:11am
Last Logon: 4:35am
Posts: 4887 (2.0 per day)
Real Name: David
Location: Israel
Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 1971-02-19
Local Time: 4:04 am
Occupation: editor
Interests: I've got a wonderful family and a good job. I'm interested in History, Literature, and a few other things. I haven't got a dull moment, unless I bore myself. I can hardly afford, and absolutely don't need, any time-consuming, potentially addictive hobbies. But I have two of them (the other one is chess).
First Lord of the Rings reading experience: My mother took me to see the Bakshi film, assuming I would enjoy it. I was, say, eight? Afterwards borrowed the three volumes in a bad translation from a nearby library, bought the trilogy in Hebrew when I was (say) ten, and in English a year later. All these are estimates, but by the time I was thirteen I was considered among my friends an authority on Tolkien (which didn't really mean much).
Favorite Tolkien character: Faramir. After him, Eomer, and then Merry. I don't really know why - but I've noticed all three are introduced in the books by dialogue, and not through the author's talking about them. In the movies - I liked Theoden, Boromir and Elrond.
Elves and Dragons or Cabbages and Potatoes: Cabbages and Potatoes
Email: sador192@yahoo.com
 


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