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Kraln Dn (Yzklerin Efendisi, #3) by J.R.R.

Tolkien

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Original Title: Kraln Dn (Yzklerin Efendisi, #3)


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Autor: J.R.R. Tolkien
Rating: 3.9 of 5 stars (2744) counts
Original Format: Paperback, 400 pages
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Published: 1996 / by Metis Yaynlar / (first published October 20th 1955)
Language: Turkish
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Description:

Yzklerin Efendisi" son yzyln en ok okunan yz kitab arasnda en bata geliyor. Trke basmnn
ilk iki kitab "Yzk Kardelii" ve "ki Kule", bu ilginin evrenselliini kantlad. Polisiye ya da bilimkurgu
merakllar, iir, roman ve yk okurlar, hep birlikte Frodo, Sam, Merry, Pippin, Aragorn ve Gandalf'n
maceralarn okumaya, "Orta Dnya"da yaamaya baladlar.

About Author:

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, CBE, was an English writer, poet, WWI veteran (a First Lieutenant in
the Lancashire Fusiliers, British Army), philologist, and university professor, best known as the
author of the high fantasy classic works and .
Tolkien was Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford from 1925 to 1945, and
Merton Professor of English language and literature from 1945 to 1959. He was a close friend of .
published a series of works based on his father's extensive notes and unpublished manuscripts,
including . These, together with The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, form a connected body of
tales, poems, fictional histories, invented languages, and literary essays about an imagined world
called Arda, and Middle-earth within it. Between 1951 and 1955, Tolkien applied the word
"legendarium" to the larger part of these writings.
While many other authors had published works of fantasy before Tolkien, the great success of
The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings led directly to a popular resurgence of the genre. This has
caused Tolkien to be popularly identified as the "father" of modern fantasy literatureor more
precisely, high fantasy. Tolkien's writings have inspired many other works of fantasy and have had
a lasting effect on the entire field.
In 2008, The Times ranked him sixth on a list of "The 50 greatest British writers since 1945".
Forbes ranked him the 5th top-earning dead celebrity in 2009.
Religious influences
J.R.R. Tolkien, was born in South Africa in 1892, but his family moved to Britain when he was
about 3 years old. When Tolkien was 8 years old, his mother converted to Catholicism, and he
remained a Catholic throughout his life. In his last interview, two years before his death, he
unhesitatingly testified, Im a devout Roman Catholic.
Tolkien married his childhood sweetheart, Edith, and they had four children. He wrote them letters
each year as if from Santa Claus, and a selection of these was published in 1976 as . One of
Tolkiens sons became a Catholic priest. Tolkien was an advisor for the translation of the .
Tolkien once described The Lord of the Rings to his friend Robert Murray, an English Jesuit priest,
as "a fundamentally religious and Catholic work, unconsciously so at first, but consciously in the
revision." There are many theological themes underlying the narrative including the battle of good
versus evil, the triumph of humility over pride, and the activity of grace. In addition the saga
includes themes which incorporate death and immortality, mercy and pity, resurrection, salvation,
repentance, self-sacrifice, free will, justice, fellowship, authority and healing. In addition The Lord's
Prayer "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil" was reportedly present in
Tolkien's mind as he described Frodo's struggles against the power of the "One Ring.''

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Rewiews:

Aug 05, 2016


mark monday
Rated it: it was amazing
Shelves: fantastickal-classik, rain-man-reviews

a rousing climax to the most ravishing love story of the modern age. tempestuous, tormented
Frodo at long last learns to accept the love of his lifemate - the loyal and submissive Samwise
Gamgee, bottom-extraordinaire. this is truly a tale of love's labour hard-won, and at such a cost!
but love conquers all in the end, and even bitter, militantly hetero villain Sauron cannot stand in the
heart's path for too long. in this third book of the torrid trilogy, Frodo's love-hate relationship

a rousing climax to the most ravishing love story of the modern age. tempestuous, tormented
Frodo at long last learns to accept the love of his lifemate - the loyal and submissive Samwise
Gamgee, bottom-extraordinaire. this is truly a tale of love's labour hard-won, and at such a cost!
but love conquers all in the end, and even bitter, militantly hetero villain Sauron cannot stand in the
heart's path for too long. in this third book of the torrid trilogy, Frodo's love-hate relationship with
the concept of commitment - deftly symbolized by a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind, designer ring -
reaches a dramatic fever pitch, as he wrestles with his awkward feelings about monogamy & gay
marriage in the boiling, repressive deserts of "Mordor" (clearly a stand-in for maverick Texazona).
fortunately, the maternal Sam is constantly by his side to offer succor - forever the wind beneath
Frodo's wings.

the incredibly racy & erotic atmosphere is filled with a circuit party's worth of soldier types, as well
as many classic queer icons: butch trade turned romantic male-model Aragorn; saucy friends-with-
benefits Merry & Pippin; the tough & dour yet loveable uber-dyke Arwen; little bear-daddy Gimli;
cringing closet-case Oh My Precious; fey pretty-boy Legolas; the exquisite drag queen
enchantress Galadriel; and of course, presiding over them all, flouncing from scene to scene,
battling his nasty sourpuss of an ex-boyfriend Saruman, and just chewing up the scenery like no
one else...the fabulous and effervescent Gandalf the Gay. you go, girlfriend!

despite the couple dozen unnecessary scenes of Sam staring dreamily into Frodo's sad sad eyes,
this is truly a flawless and timeless gay classic, one that boldly states Love Is a Glorious Burden
That We Must Ever Shoulder. love knows no boundaries. and even the smallest of men can have
the biggest...."heart", i suppose. queer fave Enya even contributes to the soundtrack. Return of the
King is a luscious, deliriously homoerotic fantasia.

oops, forgot i wasn't reviewing the thrillingly fagtastic film version. well, as far as the novel goes, it
is perfect. i wouldn't change a word. even the poetry is awesome.
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114 comments

Abram Dorrough
There's a great joke in Spanish about Frodo and Sam traveling to Mount Doom to "destrozar el
anillo" but it doesn't translate well to English. In any
There's a great joke in Spanish about Frodo and Sam traveling to Mount Doom to "destrozar el
anillo" but it doesn't translate well to English. In any case, your review reminded me of it.

Jan 30, 2017 12:01AM

mark monday
i will have to get someone to tell me that joke because, like a fool, I studied french instead of
spanish.

Jan 30, 2017 11:28AM