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The Lord of the Rings: The Cinematic Trilogy

A literary fantasy well translated

By Mark FrancisPublished 10 months ago 1 min read

A movie is never the same as the book--yet can render its own full world. Peter Jackson’s vision of Middle Earth accomplishes this through enthralling sets, admirable heroes and heroines, terrible villains, and inspired scenes of comradeship, battle, and hard-won peace. Add in homage to imaginary languages and histories.


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Mark Francis

Published translator of verse and original writer of haiku, senryu, lyric, occasional and genre poetry and speculative fiction.

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