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Middle-earth, along with elves, goblins, wizards, and human beings. In <I>The
Hobbit,</I> Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit, discovers a ring that conveys the power of
invisibility but also corrupts the user. The hero of <I>The Lord of the
Rings</I> is Frodo Baggins, Bilbo's cousin. After many adventures, Frodo
destroys the ring so that Sauron, the evil Dark Lord, cannot use it against the
people of Middle-earth. Many critics have interpreted <I>The Lord of the
Rings</I> as a symbolic moral or religious story about the battle between good
and evil. But Tolkien insisted that he wrote the novels only as fantasies to
entertain readers. <BR><BR>In 1917, Tolkien began to write <I>The
Silmarillion,</I> a history of Middle-earth before the hobbits appeared.John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa, of English
parents. From 1925 to 1959, he taught at Oxford University in England. He
specialized in medieval languages and literature and wrote several scholarly
works in this field. Tolkien's hobbit stories show the influence of medieval
English, German, and Scandinavian languages and literature. He
worked on the book occasionally for the rest of his life but died before
completing it, and his son Christopher finished the novel. It was published in
1977. A collection of previously unpublished material about Middle-earth and the
legendary island of Numenor appeared in 1980 as Unfinished Tales.
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