Although he is renowned worldwide for his works that revitalized the high fantasy literary genre, J. R. R. Tolkien was, first and foremost, a philologist and literary scholar before he was ever a writer. As such, his expansive knowledge of North- and West Germanic traditions, mythologies, and languages had a profound influence on the deep lore of the various peoples of his constructed world, Middle-earth.
By Christopher Boa
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Chemistry lyrics music video.
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Find your flow (spoken word poem)
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Episode 3 for SPACEpod, a podcast that brings together Dawson College students from the Arts and Sciences to interview guests about complex...
Prototypes and reflections on illustrations for the 2022/2023 What If? theme poster.