The Lord of the Rings | Critical Essay by Henry Resnik

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of The Lord of the Rings.
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Critical Essay by Henry Resnik

In recent months, The Lord of the Rings has been at the top of college best-seller lists across the country, and although the Tolkien people wince at the word "fad" as if it were sheer blasphemy, even they will admit that their enthusiasm has gone—perhaps inevitably—beyond all reason. The Tolkien people may be less noisy than the LSD-heads, but there are more of them, and they give the lie to most of the melodramatic scandal that has emanated from the American campus within the past year. Look into the mirror of their emotion—the world of Tolkien—and you will probably find a clue to what today's students are really about; look into that mirror and you may even find the link that ties you to them….

The books are essentially an adventure...

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