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Tolkien books as clickbait headlines

How Inviting Strangers For Tea Changed This Man’s Life Forever
- The Hobbit

You’ll Never Believe How Much Trouble This Guy Went Through Just To Destroy A Piece of Jewelry
- The Lord of the Rings

This Man Was Not Allowed To Sing What He Wanted. What He Did Next Will Shock You!
- The Silmarillion
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you never know what you'd find at john lewis 👨🏿
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Data analysis: Tolkien might have subconsciously given Hobbits even numbered birth years because he loved them

When looking at the birth years of characters in Tolkien’s works it turns out that even numbered years are much more prevalent for Hobbits than other characters. Studies have shown that even numbers are generally seen as good and odd numbers as bad. Is it possible that Tolkien’s love for Hobbits subconsciously affected their birth years? We will never know for sure but the data definitely suggests it did.
When looking at the birth years of characters in Tolkien's works it turns out that even numbered years are much more prevalent for Hobbits than other
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Ok...
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Importance of the Hobbits to the rest of the world...
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Hilarious😂
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Character Dialogue in The Hobbit Trilogy

I have looked at the dialogue word count for each character in the Hobbit movies.
Together with Daniel James and Heiko Reinemuth I have been able to do some analysis regarding the dialog of the Hobbit film trilogy over the last few
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At the end, the non existent tongues. 
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Which Hobbit character are you?

Take LotrProject's quiz and find out! I guarantee a surprise for some of you.
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I got Thranduil
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In 1920, J.R.R. Tolkien started a wonderful Christmas tradition: writing letters from Father Christmas to his children. A selection of them have been published in a book called Letters from Father Christmas. I've had it in my bookshelf since I was a child and return to it every year.
J.R.R. Tolkien is definitely best known for his epic works of fantasy but, long before the publication of the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings, Tolkie
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Boromir’s world view

A new project I’ve started together with a good friend where we will interpret music, books and art as colorful charts.

You can follow it on Twitter (https://twitter.com/artsincharts) or Tumblr (artsincharts.tumblr.com) if you want.
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Yea I think history proved Bormir right. There was nothing simple about walking into Mordor.
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There are numerous profound and beautiful quotes throughout Tolkien's works. Here is a new database of notable quotes at LotrProject's website. I hope you will find it useful.

If you notice that a quote is missing and you think it should be included, please let me know in the comments.
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+Kevin Black Don't worry about that. Thank you for reminding me of these quotes. I will add them and have a look at your thesis :)
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I've spent the last few days creating this weathered map of Middle-earth
I have wanted a map of Middle-earth to hang on the wall for a while now. It's probably something most Tolkien fans desire at one point or another. T
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Whoa..
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Happy 123rd Birthday to J.R.R. Tolkien! Without him we would not have Hobbits to envy for their peaceful way of life, we would not have the word eucatastrophe, and there would not be a family of sea slugs called Smeagol.

Here is LotrProject's interactive map of Middle-earth, allowing you to explore the wonderful world he created, on the web.

P.S. If you want to know more about those sea slugs: http://lotrproject.com/blog/2014/03/23/9-things-related-to-tolkien-you-maybe-didnt-know/
High resolution interactive map of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth with timeline of events, character movements and locations.
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+Martijn Coppoolse Oh, yes I'd forgotten that. Cheers! 
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Article on the graphs of LotrProject on Vox.com today
LOTR Project visualizes Middle-earth like you've never seen it before.
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lol "Eye"pad like the iPad! xD
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Character Mentions in the Lord of the Rings

See the high res version on the blog: http://lotrproject.com/blog/2014/12/13/character-mentions-in-the-lord-of-the-rings/
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My precious how many times was it mentionnd
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Explore the world of the Tolkien on the web.
Introduction
The Lord of the Rings Project is a project and initiative started by Emil Johansson. It is an attempt to place every character in J.R.R Tolkien’s fictional universe in a family tree. With time, the project will expand to include other things.