Why we can thank C.S. Lewis for “The Hobbit”
Two great authors
It was at Oxford that young Tolkien yearned that England could have the rich mythologies of the Norse and Greeks. So as early as 1917, he took to scribbling notebooks full of imaginations that grew into the world of Middle Earth with its kingdoms, elves, dwarves, wizards, orcs, orukai and dark rings of great power.
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