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Middle-earth

an old-fashioned name for “world”: scene of J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasies. [Br. Lit.: The Hobbit; The Lord of the Rings]
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Your quest will start from the minute you step foot on your plane to then landing in Middle Earth and exploring the exquisite natural beauty of New Zealand.
Comments on Word section: Readers of this review deserve a glimpse of the wonderfully creative entries on Tolkien's specialized creation of words and languages that then give rise to Middle Earth.
To read the novel is to experience the events of Middle Earth in the mind's eye.
But it must be galling, after all that, to stagger into the light of a new Middle Earth day to see the headline: Hobbits Save Middle Earth.
It again follows hobbit Frodo, played by Elijah Wood, as he continues his journey through Middle Earth to destroy the Ring.
The first film was about the inhabitants of Middle Earth - men, dwarves and Hobbits - who set out to destroy the evil Ring coveted by the Dark Lord Sauron.
he knows as much about Tolkien's Middle Earth (as) he knows about the actual world.
These immersive 3D Lord of the Rings environments put the player in the center of a full-blown war set in middle earth.
The Middle Earth weekend, held on May bank holidays for many years, has attracted thousands to Sarehole Mill in Hall Green - one of the inspiration of the writer's work.
MIDDLE EARTH A poster for forthcoming film The Hobbit appears to use Northumberland as a backdrop
Jackson explained there was plenty of Middle Earth action to craft a third film from saying, "The richness of the story of, as well as some of the related material in the appendices of "The Lord of the Rings," allows us to tell the full story of the adventures of Bilbo Baggins and the part he played in the sometimes dangerous, but at all times exciting, history of Middle-earth.
A THEATRE in Wales will be transformed into Middle Earth for the stage adaptation of JRR Tolkien's best-selling fantasy novel The Hobbit.