Hall studies Tolkien's use of alliterative meter in his poetry, both that embedded in The Lord of the Rings and published separately elsewhere.
What does LoR stand for?
LoR stands for Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien)
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In a British poll of more than 25,000 people, conducted in 1997, readers of Waterstone's and viewers of Channel 4 voted Tolkien's Lord of the Rings the "greatest book of the century.
Tolkien, always a very private man, was frequently irritated to receive letters suggesting "sources" or "inspirations" for The Lord of the Rings in the work of other writers.
This winter, Vivendi is bringing out the first in a line of Lord of the Rings video games.