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The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings

  • Buy New: $50.00
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  • Seller:byright
  • Sales Rank:1,816,070
  • Format:Box set
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Published)
  • Media:Paperback
  • Number Of Items:4
  • Edition:2nd
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):4.1
  • Dimensions (in):8.6 x 5.5 x 3.7
  • Publication Date:September 19, 1979
  • ISBN:0395282632
  • EAN:9780395282632
  • ASIN:0395282632
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • 1965 second edition green BOXED SET (BOOK COVERS ARE BROWNISH YELLOW) Houghton Mifflin ISBN # 0395282632 Four Trade Paperback set. Books are new, slip case has rub wear and color loss. Books are Fellowship of the Ring, The Hobbit, The Two Towers and The Return of the King.

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Synopsis
Collins Modern Classic editions of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings collected in a beautiful boxed set. The Hobbit is a tale of high adventure undertaken by a company of dwarves, in search of dragon-guarded gold. A reluctant partner in this perilous quest is Bilbo Baggins, a comfort-loving and unambitious hobbit. Filled with encounters with trolls, goblins, elves and giant spiders, riddles and the discovery of a Ring, this wonderful story also forms a prelude to The Lord of the Rings. It is here that we learn of the nature of this ring and travel with Frodo Baggins and his eight companions on their terrifying quest to destroy the Ring of Power in Mount Doom.
Amazon.com Review
Hobbits and wizards and Sauron--oh, my! Mild-mannered Oxford scholar John Ronald Reuel Tolkien had little inkling when he published The Hobbit; Or, There and Back Again in 1937 that, once hobbits were unleashed upon the world, there would be no turning back. Hobbits are, of course, small, furry creatures who love nothing better than a leisurely life quite free from adventure. But in that first novel and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, the hobbits Bilbo and Frodo and their elvish friends get swept up into a mighty conflict with the dragon Smaug, the dark lord Sauron (who owes much to proud Satan in Paradise Lost), the monstrous Gollum, the Cracks of Doom, and the awful power of the magical Ring. The four books' characters--good and evil--are recognizably human, and the realism is deepened by the magnificent detail of the vast parallel world Tolkien devised, inspired partly by his influential Anglo-Saxon scholarship and his Christian beliefs. (He disapproved of the relative sparseness of detail in the comparable allegorical fantasy his friend C.S. Lewis dreamed up in The Chronicles of Narnia, though he knew Lewis had spun a page-turning yarn.) It has been estimated that one-tenth of all paperbacks sold can trace their ancestry to J.R.R. Tolkien. But even if we had never gotten Robert Jordan's The Path of Daggers and the whole fantasy genre Tolkien inadvertently created by bringing the hobbits so richly to life, Tolkien's epic about the Ring would have left our world enhanced by enchantment. --Tim Appelo

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