Hobbit fans, we have got something for you!
Do you enjoy talking about your favourite books or movies with people who have similar interests and understand you? Well, of course, who doesn’t, right? In this article, Tumblr users gathered together for an interesting discussion about Tolkien’s nerdery in his books and it’s certainly one of the most interesting things you have ever read. For those of you who still don’t know who are we talking about, let us give you a little overview. We are talking about the famous John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. He was an English writer, poet, philologist, and academic, best known as the author of the high fantasy works The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
So, in this Tumblr’s thread, people talked about what they thought was the most intriguing to them. What they thought was very cleverly portrayed in the books, the names, the characters and what not! So here in this article, the people on Tumblr have chosen “The hobbit” as their main discussion. They talk about how Tolkien has named the hobbits and where they originate from. These people show their passion for the book and its characters like they’re real and not as if they are just in a boo. The fandom of this book can be clearly seen to be indulged in this discussion with full zeal and zest. So, let’s take a look at these!
1. The names of the hobbits
2. The origins of names and their history
3. Interpretation of the word ‘hobbit’
These interpretations are quite interesting to read and tell us about the characters of the book too. People have used up their knowledge to decode such things which only true fans would’ve come forward with. Are you enjoying these? There are more in store for you, so let’s move ahead!
4. And it goes on…
5. Now focusing on the meanings…
6. Lastly, shedding some light on the writer’s life.
So, are you a Hobbit fan too? If you are, you must have enjoyed reading up this piece and resonated with the people sharing their meanings and interpretations of things, right? Do you also have something to contribute to this discussion? Something that you came up with while reading the book? We would love to hear that from you down in the comments below, so, do mention what you think!