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152. The Hobbit, p. 144. Among the Noldor, though, we are told that the women were usually more skilled in the tending of fields than the men {Morgoth's Ring, p. 214). The Silmarillion, pp. 43-44. In some of Tolkien's earlier drafts of what was later to become The Silmarillion, the Dwarves are definitely evil; but this idea was later abandoned. See his tetters, p. 237, and Poems, p. 43. The Silmarillion, p. 42; cf. p. 176, and the reappearance of Glorfindel in LOTR after being killed in the fall of Gondolin.

Isaacs and Zimbardo, p. 15. Cf. Lewis, Of Other Worlds, p. 27. 26 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. Chapter 2 In The Silmarillion most of the characters are Elves; but the 'chronicle' nature of much of the book eliminates nearly all 'personality' anyway. Of Other Worlds, p. 36. The Silmarillion deals of course mainly with Elves, but it is mostly written from an observer's point of view. We are seldom expected to see through Elvish eyes. Tolkien has also been accused of racism, because the dark-skinned Southrons of LOTR are on Sauron's side.

0, everything! and always she had had some purpose, her hands had been doing something, making something, that had never been before - not just so. They were always advancing on the void of the future, shaping her future. Then associations - hands in ritual gestures, in art, in the Tarots, the hands of whoever it was first actually fashioned the Tarots; and finally the work her hands are now to do, controlling the storm that is threatening her and those with her50. It is not now the created world which is being Imaged but the creating power that brings that world into existence and sustains it; and to be handless - like the animals on the Tarot cards of the Moon or the Fool, or the cat that Nancy's aunt has rescued from the storm - is a loss and even a horror.

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