THE HALL OF FIRE

There is truly no better resource for those seeking to learn more about Tolkien's Middle-earth on the Internet then the outstanding Wikipedia Project. With that in mind, we've worked with Wikipedia to compile the following links to relevant entries, sorted into the sections below, that we feel will offer visitors a firm understanding of J.R.R. Tolkien, and his extensive body of work.

THE HALL OF FIRE:

  • JOHN RONALD REUEL TOLKIEN
    J.R.R. Tolkien has been called "the creative equivalent of a people." Learn more about the Oxford professor who created Middle-earth through these Wikipedia entries.

  • BOOKS BY TOLKIEN
    From "The Hobbit" and "The Silmarillion," to "Farmer Giles of Ham" and "The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún," learn more about J.R.R. Tolkien's literary masterworks through these Wikipedia entries.

  • THE LANDS OF MIDDLE-EARTH
    More a time then a place, Tolkien's incredibly detailed 'invented' world, has enchanted people of all ages since first described in "The Hobbit." Learn more about this world through these Wikipedia entries.

  • THE PEOPLES OF MIDDLE-EARTH
    That enchanted 'invented' world detailed above, is of course populated by elves, dwarves, wizards, orcs (goblins), dragons, and ... hobbits. Learn more about these facinating peoples through these Wikipedia entries.

  • THE LANGUAGES OF MIDDLE-EARTH
    Learn more about the intricate languages, and writing systems that Tolkien devised for the elves, and other peoples of Middle-earth. Learn how to write and speak in Middle-earth through these Wikipedia entries.