Der Herr der Ringe: Die Gefährten . Tolkien ist ein Film von Dome Karukoski, der am 3. Mai in die Kinos im Vereinigten Königreich und am Mai in die US-Kinos kam. Die Filmbiografie zeigt den Schriftsteller J. R. R. Tolkien als Schüler und in. Welche Erfahrungen inspirierten den Fantasyautor J. R. R. Tolkien zu seinen Mittelerde-Romanen? Das Biopic mit Nicholas Hoult sucht nach.
Tolkien (Film)Der Hobbit: Die Schlacht der Fünf Heere. Tolkien ein Film von Dome Karukoski mit Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins. Aber die gleichnamige Buchvorlage von J.R.R. Tolkien zählt ja auch so zu den. Kino- und TV-Programmtipps, die sich mit dem Autor J.R.R. Tolkien und seiner Welt Mittelerde beschäftigen.
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He was invalided to England on 8 November Among their number were Rob Gilson of the Tea Club and Barrovian Society, who was killed on the first day of the Somme while leading his men in the assault on Beaumont Hamel.
Fellow T. Tolkien's battalion was almost completely wiped out following his return to England. According to John Garth, Kitchener 's army at once marked existing social boundaries and counteracted the class system by throwing everyone into a desperate situation together.
Tolkien was grateful, writing that it had taught him "a deep sympathy and feeling for the Tommy ; especially the plain soldier from the agricultural counties".
A weak and emaciated Tolkien spent the remainder of the war alternating between hospitals and garrison duties, being deemed medically unfit for general service.
During his recovery in a cottage in Little Haywood , Staffordshire , he began to work on what he called The Book of Lost Tales , beginning with The Fall of Gondolin.
Lost Tales represented Tolkien's attempt to create a mythology for England, a project he would abandon without ever completing.
It was at this time that Edith bore their first child, John Francis Reuel Tolkien. In a letter, Tolkien described his son John as " conceived and carried during the starvation-year of and the great U-Boat campaign round about the Battle of Cambrai , when the end of the war seemed as far off as it does now".
Tolkien was promoted to the temporary rank of lieutenant on 6 January After his wife's death in , Tolkien remembered,. I never called Edith Luthien —but she was the source of the story that in time became the chief part of the Silmarillion.
It was first conceived in a small woodland glade filled with hemlocks  at Roos in Yorkshire where I was for a brief time in command of an outpost of the Humber Garrison in , and she was able to live with me for a while.
In those days her hair was raven, her skin clear, her eyes brighter than you have seen them, and she could sing—and dance. On 16 July Tolkien was taken off active service, at Fovant, on Salisbury Plain, with a temporary disability pension.
On 3 November , Tolkien was demobilized and left the army, retaining his rank of lieutenant. Gordon ; both became academic standard works for several decades.
He translated Sir Gawain , Pearl , and Sir Orfeo. In , he returned to Oxford as Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon , with a fellowship at Pembroke College.
In mid, he began to tutor undergraduates privately, most importantly those of Lady Margaret Hall and St Hugh's College , given that the women's colleges were in great need of good teachers in their early years, and Tolkien as a married professor then still not common was considered suitable, as a bachelor don would not have been.
During his time at Pembroke College Tolkien wrote The Hobbit and the first two volumes of The Lord of the Rings , while living at 20 Northmoor Road in North Oxford where a blue plaque was placed in He also published a philological essay in on the name " Nodens ", following Sir Mortimer Wheeler 's unearthing of a Roman Asclepeion at Lydney Park , Gloucestershire, in In the s, Tolkien undertook a translation of Beowulf , which he finished in , but did not publish.
It was finally edited by his son and published in , more than 40 years after Tolkien's death and almost 90 years after its completion.
Ten years after finishing his translation, Tolkien gave a highly acclaimed lecture on the work, " Beowulf : The Monsters and the Critics ", which had a lasting influence on Beowulf research.
Nicholson said that the article Tolkien wrote about Beowulf is "widely recognized as a turning point in Beowulfian criticism", noting that Tolkien established the primacy of the poetic nature of the work as opposed to its purely linguistic elements.
Decades later, W. Auden wrote to his former professor, thanking him for the "unforgettable experience" of hearing him recite Beowulf , and stating "The voice was the voice of Gandalf ".
In the run-up to the Second World War , Tolkien was earmarked as a codebreaker. In , Tolkien moved to Merton College, Oxford , becoming the Merton Professor of English Language and Literature ,  in which post he remained until his retirement in He served as an external examiner for University College, Dublin , for many years.
In Tolkien received an honorary degree from the National University of Ireland of which U. Tolkien completed The Lord of the Rings in , close to a decade after the first sketches.
The Tolkiens had four children: John Francis Reuel Tolkien 17 November — 22 January , Michael Hilary Reuel Tolkien 22 October — 27 February , Christopher John Reuel Tolkien 21 November — 16 January and Priscilla Mary Anne Reuel Tolkien born 18 June Tolkien was very devoted to his children and sent them illustrated letters from Father Christmas when they were young.
Each year more characters were added, such as the North Polar Bear Father Christmas's helper , the Snow Man his gardener , Ilbereth the elf his secretary , and various other, minor characters.
The major characters would relate tales of Father Christmas's battles against goblins who rode on bats and the various pranks committed by the North Polar Bear.
During his life in retirement, from up to his death in , Tolkien received steadily increasing public attention and literary fame.
In , his friend C. Lewis even nominated him for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Fan attention became so intense that Tolkien had to take his phone number out of the public directory,  and eventually he and Edith moved to Bournemouth , which was then a seaside resort patronized by the British upper middle class.
Tolkien's status as a best-selling author gave them easy entry into polite society, but Tolkien deeply missed the company of his fellow Inklings.
Edith, however, was overjoyed to step into the role of a society hostess, which had been the reason that Tolkien selected Bournemouth in the first place.
The genuine and deep affection between Ronald and Edith was demonstrated by their care about the other's health, in details like wrapping presents, in the generous way he gave up his life at Oxford so she could retire to Bournemouth, and in her pride in his becoming a famous author.
They were tied together, too, by love for their children and grandchildren. In his retirement Tolkien was a consultant and translator for The Jerusalem Bible , published in He was initially assigned a larger portion to translate, but, due to other commitments, only managed to offer some criticisms of other contributors and a translation of the Book of Jonah.
Edith died on 29 November , at the age of Ronald returned to Oxford, where Merton College gave him convenient rooms near the High Street.
He missed Edith, but enjoyed being back in the city. Tolkien was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year Honours  and received the insignia of the Order at Buckingham Palace on 28 March When Tolkien died 21 months later on 2 September from a bleeding ulcer and chest infection,  at the age of 81,  he was buried in the same grave, with Beren added to his name.
Tolkien was a devout Roman Catholic , and in his religious and political views he was mostly a traditionalist moderate, with distributist , localist , and monarchist leanings, in the sense of favouring established conventions and orthodoxies over innovation and modernization, whilst resenting government bureaucracy, as in when he wrote, "My political opinions lean more and more to Anarchy philosophically understood , meaning abolition of control not whiskered men with bombs —or to 'unconstitutional' Monarchy.
Although he did not often write or speak about it, Tolkien advocated the dismantling of the British Empire and also of the United Kingdom.
In a letter to a former student, the Belgian linguist Simonne d'Ardenne, he wrote, "The political situation is dreadful I have the greatest sympathy with Belgium—which is about the right size of any country!
I wish my own were bounded still by the seas of the Tweed and the walls of Wales Tolkien hated the side effects of industrialization, which he considered to be devouring the English countryside and simpler life.
For most of his adult life, he was disdainful of cars, preferring to ride a bicycle. Many commentators  have remarked on parallels between the Middle-earth saga and events in Tolkien's lifetime.
The Lord of the Rings is often thought to represent England during and immediately after the Second World War.
Tolkien rejected this in the foreword to the second edition of the novel, stating that he preferred applicability to allegory. Commentators have accordingly sought Christian themes in The Lord of the Rings.
Tolkien objected to C. Lewis's use of overt religious allegory in his stories. His love of myths and his faith came together in his assertion that he believed mythology to be the divine echo of "the Truth",  a view expressed in his poem Mythopoeia.
Tolkien's Roman Catholicism was a significant factor in C. Lewis 's conversion from atheism to Christianity, although Tolkien was dismayed that Lewis chose to join the Church of England.
He once wrote to Rayner Unwin 's daughter Camilla, who wished to know the purpose of life, that it was "to increase according to our capacity our knowledge of God by all the means we have, and to be moved by it to praise and thanks.
While he did not disparage the Second Vatican Council — describing it as "needed" — he felt that the reforms of Pope Pius X "surpass[ed] anything Tolkien voiced support for the Nationalists eventually led by Franco during the Spanish Civil War upon hearing that communist Republicans were destroying churches and killing priests and nuns.
He was contemptuous of Joseph Stalin. During World War II, Tolkien referred to Stalin as "that bloodthirsty old murderer". Tolkien was critical of technocracy and what he saw as the dual attempt to control the natural world through science and man through the state.
He bemoaned the globalization that was a result of the Second World War, writing that "the special horror of the present world is that the whole damned thing is in one bag.
There is nowhere to fly to. Even the unlucky little Samoyedes , I suspect, have tinned food and the village loudspeaker telling Stalin's bed-time stories about Democracy and the wicked Fascists who eat babies and steal sledge-dogs.
Tolkien vocally opposed Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party before the Second World War , and despised Nazi racist and anti-semitic ideology.
In a letter to his British publisher Stanley Unwin , he condemned Nazi "race-doctrine" as "wholly pernicious and unscientific". He added that he had many Jewish friends and was considering "letting a German translation go hang".
The more tactful letter was sent but is now lost. In the unsent letter, Tolkien made the point that " Aryan " was a linguistic term, denoting speakers of Indo-Iranian languages , and stated that "if I am to understand that you are enquiring whether I am of Jewish origin, I can only reply that I regret that I appear to have no ancestors of that gifted people.
Ruining, perverting, misapplying, and making for ever accursed, that noble northern spirit, a supreme contribution to Europe, which I have ever loved, and tried to present in its true light.
Tolkien criticized Allied use of total-war tactics against civilians of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. In a letter to his son Christopher, he wrote that it was unacceptable to gloat over a criminal's or Germany's punishment, and that Germany's destruction, deserved or not, was an "appalling world-catastrophe".
Tolkien did not consider himself "a 'democrat' in any of its current uses". He saw the only true source of equality among men as equality before God.
Tolkien reacted with anger to the excesses of anti-German propaganda during World War II. In a letter to Christopher, he compared the British press to the verbal excesses of Joseph Goebbels , pointing out that if they advocated exterminating German people after the war, they were no better than the Nazis themselves.
He lamented the treatment of native Africans by whites in his native South Africa. During most of his own life conservationism was not yet on the political agenda, and Tolkien himself did not directly express conservationist views—except in some private letters, in which he tells about his fondness for forests and sadness at tree-felling.
In later years, a number of authors of biographies or literary analyses of Tolkien conclude that during his writing of The Lord of the Rings , Tolkien gained increased interest in the value of wild and untamed nature, and in protecting what wild nature was left in the industrialized world.
Tolkien devised several themes that were reused in successive drafts of his legendarium , beginning with The Book of Lost Tales , written while recuperating from the illness contracted during The Battle of the Somme.
One of the greatest influences on Tolkien was the Arts and Crafts polymath William Morris. Tolkien wished to imitate Morris's prose and poetry romances,  from which he took hints for the names of features such as the Dead Marshes in The Lord of the Rings  and Mirkwood ,  along with some general aspects of approach.
Edward Wyke-Smith 's The Marvellous Land of Snergs , with its "table-high" title characters, strongly influenced the incidents, themes, and depiction of Bilbo's race in The Hobbit.
Rider Haggard 's novel She : "I suppose as a boy She interested me as much as anything—like the Greek shard of Amyntas [Amenartas], which was the kind of machine by which everything got moving.
Critics have compared this device to the Testament of Isildur in The Lord of the Rings  and to Tolkien's efforts to produce a facsimile page from the Book of Mazarbul.
Tolkien wrote of being impressed as a boy by S. Crockett 's historical novel The Black Douglas and of basing the battle with the wargs in The Fellowship of the Ring partly on an incident in it.
Tolkien was inspired by early Germanic , especially Old English , literature, poetry , and mythology , his chosen and much-loved areas of expertise.
These included Beowulf , Norse sagas such as the Volsunga saga and the Hervarar saga ,  the Poetic Edda , the Prose Edda , and the Nibelungenlied.
Tolkien acknowledged several non-Germanic sources for some of his stories and ideas. He read William Forsell Kirby 's translation of the Finnish national epic , the Kalevala by Elias Lönnrot , while attending King Edward's School.
Anderson , John Garth, and Marjorie Burns believe that Tolkien also drew influence from Celtic history and legends. Tolkien objected to the description of his works as "Nordic", both for that term's racist and pagan undertones.
Responding to a claim made in the Daily Telegraph Magazine that "the North is a sacred direction" in Tolkien's works, he claimed that his love of the North was based mainly on the fact that he was an inhabitant of northwestern Europe, and that the north was not sacred to him nor did it "exhaust [his] affections".
He regarded the end of The Return of the King as akin to the re-establishment of the " Holy Roman Empire with its seat in Rome [more] than anything that would be devised by a 'Nordic'.
One of Tolkien's purposes when writing his Middle-earth books was to create what his biographer Humphrey Carpenter called a "mythology for England".
Carpenter cited Tolkien's letter to Milton Waldman complaining of the "poverty of my country: it had no stories of its own bound up with its tongue and soil " unlike the Celtic nations of Scotland, Ireland and Wales, which all had their own well developed mythologies.
In the early 20th century, proponents of Irish nationalism like W. Yeats and Lady Gregory created a link in the public mind between traditional Irish folk tales of fairies and elves, and Irish national identity; they denigrating English folk tales as derivatives of Irish ones.
Chesterton exchanged polemical essays with Yeats over the question. Catholic theology and imagery played a part in fashioning Tolkien's creative imagination, suffused as it was by his deeply religious spirit.
Specifically, Paul H. Kocher argues that Tolkien describes evil in the orthodox Christian way as the absence of good.
He cites many examples in The Lord of the Rings , such as Sauron's "Lidless Eye": "the black slit of its pupil opened on a pit, a window into nothing".
Kocher sees Tolkien's source as Thomas Aquinas , "whom it is reasonable to suppose that Tolkien, as a medievalist and a Catholic, knows well".
Shippey contends that this Christian view of evil is most clearly stated by Boethius: "evil is nothing". He says Tolkien used the corollary that evil cannot create as the basis of Frodo 's remark, "the Shadow Stratford Caldecott also interpreted the Ring in theological terms: "The Ring of Power exemplifies the dark magic of the corrupted will, the assertion of self in disobedience to God.
It appears to give freedom, but its true function is to enslave the wearer to the Fallen Angel. It corrodes the human will of the wearer, rendering him increasingly 'thin' and unreal; indeed, its gift of invisibility symbolizes this ability to destroy all natural human relationships and identity.
You could say the Ring is sin itself: tempting and seemingly harmless to begin with, increasingly hard to give up and corrupting in the long run.
In addition to writing fiction, Tolkien was an author of academic literary criticism. His seminal lecture, later published as an article, revolutionized the treatment of the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf by literary critics.
The essay remains highly influential in the study of Old English literature to this day. Beowulf is one of the most significant influences upon Tolkien's later fiction, with major details of both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings being adapted from the poem.
This essay discusses the fairy-story as a literary form. It was initially written as the Andrew Lang Lecture at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Tolkien focuses on Andrew Lang 's work as a folklorist and collector of fairy tales. He disagreed with Lang's broad inclusion, in his Fairy Book collections, of traveller's tales, beast fables, and other types of stories.
Tolkien held a narrower perspective, viewing fairy stories as those that took place in Faerie , an enchanted realm, with or without fairies as characters.
He viewed them as the natural development of the interaction of human imagination and human language. In addition to his mythopoeic compositions, Tolkien enjoyed inventing fantasy stories to entertain his children.
Other works included Mr. Bliss and Roverandom for children , and Leaf by Niggle part of Tree and Leaf , The Adventures of Tom Bombadil , Smith of Wootton Major and Farmer Giles of Ham.
Roverandom and Smith of Wootton Major , like The Hobbit , borrowed ideas from his legendarium. The request for a sequel prompted Tolkien to begin what would become his most famous work: the epic novel The Lord of the Rings originally published in three volumes — Tolkien spent more than ten years writing the primary narrative and appendices for The Lord of the Rings , during which time he received the constant support of the Inklings , in particular his closest friend C.
Lewis , the author of The Chronicles of Narnia. Both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings are set against the background of The Silmarillion , but in a time long after it.
Tolkien at first intended The Lord of the Rings to be a children's tale in the style of The Hobbit , but it quickly grew darker and more serious in the writing.
Tolkien's influence weighs heavily on the fantasy genre that grew up after the success of The Lord of the Rings.
The Lord of the Rings became immensely popular in the s and has remained so ever since, ranking as one of the most popular works of fiction of the 20th century, judged by both sales and reader surveys.
His popularity is not limited to the English-speaking world: in a poll inspired by the UK's "Big Read" survey, about , Germans found The Lord of the Rings to be their favourite work of literature.
Moreover, printing costs were very high in s Britain, requiring The Lord of the Rings to be published in three volumes. Tolkien had appointed his son Christopher to be his literary executor , and he with assistance from Guy Gavriel Kay , later a well-known fantasy author in his own right organized some of this material into a single coherent volume, published as The Silmarillion in It received the Locus Award for Best Fantasy novel in In subsequent years — , he published a large amount of the remaining unpublished materials, together with notes and extensive commentary, in a series of twelve volumes called The History of Middle-earth.
They contain unfinished, abandoned, alternative, and outright contradictory accounts, since they were always a work in progress for Tolkien and he only rarely settled on a definitive version for any of the stories.
There is not complete consistency between The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit , the two most closely related works, because Tolkien never fully integrated all their traditions into each other.
He commented in , while editing The Hobbit for a third edition, that he would have preferred to rewrite the book completely because of the style of its prose.
The material was compiled by Christopher Tolkien from The Silmarillion , Unfinished Tales , The History of Middle-earth , and unpublished manuscripts.
It is a narrative poem composed in alliterative verse and is modelled after the Old Norse poetry of the Elder Edda.
Christopher Tolkien supplied copious notes and commentary upon his father's work. According to Christopher Tolkien, it is no longer possible to trace the exact date of the work's composition.
On the basis of circumstantial evidence, he suggests that it dates from the s. In his foreword he wrote, "He scarcely ever to my knowledge referred to them.
For my part, I cannot recall any conversation with him on the subject until very near the end of his life, when he spoke of them to me, and tried unsuccessfully to find them.
The Fall of Arthur , published on 23 May , is a long narrative poem composed by Tolkien in the earlys. It is alliterative , extending to almost 1, lines imitating the Old English Beowulf metre in Modern English.
Though inspired by high medieval Arthurian fiction, the historical setting of the poem is during the Post-Roman Migration Period , both in form using Germanic verse and in content, showing Arthur as a British warlord fighting the Saxon invasion , while it avoids the high medieval aspects of the Arthurian cycle such as the Grail, and the courtly setting ; the poem begins with a British "counter-invasion" to the Saxon lands Arthur eastward in arms purposed.
Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary , published on 22 May , is a prose translation of the early medieval epic poem Beowulf from Old English to modern English.
Translated by Tolkien from to , it was edited by his son Christopher. The translation is followed by over pages of commentary on the poem; this commentary was the basis of Tolkien's acclaimed lecture " Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics ".
The former is a fantasy piece on Beowulf's biographical background, while the latter is a poem on the Beowulf theme. The Story of Kullervo , first published in Tolkien Studies in and reissued with additional material in , is a retelling of a 19th-century Finnish poem.
It was written in while Tolkien was studying at Oxford. The story is one of three contained within The Silmarillion which Tolkien believed to warrant their own long-form narratives.
The Fall of Gondolin is a tale of a beautiful, mysterious city destroyed by dark forces, which Tolkien called "the first real story" of Middle-earth.
It was published on 30 August  as a standalone book, edited by Christopher Tolkien and illustrated by Alan Lee.
Before his death, Tolkien negotiated the sale of the manuscripts, drafts, proofs and other materials related to his then-published works—including The Lord of the Rings , The Hobbit and Farmer Giles of Ham —to the Department of Special Collections and University Archives at Marquette University 's John P.
Raynor, S. In , a partial draft of Language and Human Nature , which Tolkien had begun co-writing with C. Lewis but had never completed, was discovered at the Bodleian Library.
Both Tolkien's academic career and his literary production are inseparable from his love of language and philology. He specialized in English philology at university and in graduated with Old Norse as his special subject.
He worked on the Oxford English Dictionary from and is credited with having worked on a number of words starting with the letter W, including walrus , over which he struggled mightily.
He gave courses in Old English heroic verse , history of English , various Old English and Middle English texts, Old and Middle English philology, introductory Germanic philology, Gothic , Old Icelandic , and Medieval Welsh.
When in , aged thirty-three, Tolkien applied for the Rawlinson and Bosworth Professorship of Anglo-Saxon at Pembroke College, Oxford , he boasted that his students of Germanic philology in Leeds had even formed a " Viking Club ".
Privately, Tolkien was attracted to "things of racial and linguistic significance", and in his lecture English and Welsh , which is crucial to his understanding of race and language, he entertained notions of "inherent linguistic predilections", which he termed the "native language" as opposed to the "cradle-tongue" which a person first learns to speak.
Auden in , "I am a West-midlander by blood and took to early west-midland Middle English as a known tongue as soon as I set eyes on it. Dort erkrankte er an Fleckfieber, weswegen er behandelt werden musste.
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A amizade entre os dois escritores foi explorada no livro O Dom da Amizade: Tolkien e C. O elo para a nova aventura surge no Anel que Bilbo rouba de Gollum em O Hobbit.
Portanto, acreditamos enquanto estamos, por assim dizer, do lado de dentro. Tolkien era um homem apaixonado por idiomas.
Chamava-se Nevbosh , traduzido como Novo Disparate. E assim foi. Em , J. Tolkien morre na Inglaterra. Tolkien, linguista, estudioso e autor de sucesso, faleceu hoje em Bournemouth.
Ele tinha oitenta e um anos Tolkien, seu pai. Rowling , tenha servido de base, apesar de Rowling gostar muito da obra tolkieniana, ter declarado:.
Em , Tolkien publicou alguns trabalhos numa revista escolar em Oxfordshire, Abingdon Chronicle. Lista dos livros publicados por J.
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