Indeed, they may be seen as mutually compatible not only in a natural marriage (by Elvish
legal standards), but also as Christfigurae.
It includes the inscription in Elvish
- the language created by Tolkien and used by some of his characters in the world of Middle Earth where he set his fantasy tales.
-- two kinds of Elvish
-- Dwarvish, Arabic, French, Danish, Russian,'' he listed.
in particular: the Elvish
languages of Quenya and Sindarin.
With Lucy sitting a round out, Jack and his plucky elvish
companions, Ruth and Dannie, are left to continue their quest for the Risa Star.
With all the prosthetics and sinister costume, Eccleston looks the part and he sounds it too since much of his dialogue is delivered in a doom-laden, made-up Elvish
to Klingon: Exploring Invented Languages by Michael Adams, Ed.
But unlike Elvish
, Welsh is very much a living, breathing language.
RatelifPs "'A Kind of Elvish
Craft': Tolkien as Literary Craftsman" fills a major gap in the literature in that the essay examines an aspect of Tolkien's style and suggests that the relative lack of specificity in the work's descriptions--the use of simple words like "bread" and "tree" instead of more precise images like "loaf of coarse-ground whole wheat" or "squat apple tree with pock-marks evidencing the intimate familiarity of woodpeckers with insects living in the bark"--allows readers to concretize the simple written words with their own inner images of the objects presented, and Rateliff draws upon Tolkien's comment to this effect in the latter's essay, "On Fairy-Stories.
The festival is being supported by language enthusiasts who point out that Tolkien's invented High Elvish
language is based on Welsh.
THERE are five different languages spoken in the production - English, entish (based on Finnish), elvish
, middle English and Old English.
Gander moves fluidly (if not strictly logically) from one topic to the next--from, say, the "desire lines" created in the grass by people cutting between paved pathways in a field, to the fake Arne Jacobsen chairs in London's Victoria and Albert Museum, to the 1967 proto-MTV video for Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues," to the symbol for the artist formerly (and now again) known as Prince, to the possible typographical error in the title of Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore's 1967 book, The Medium Is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects, to the constructed Elvish
language in J.