History Trivia / TheSilmarillion

29th Nov '15 7:03:27 PM TempestKnight
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Tolkien died before he could finish it. (But he spent years and years fiddling with the stories, so the published version is an editorial creation, assembling together various texts into a readable version that doesn't contradict itself.)
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Tolkien died before he could finish it. (But he spent years and years fiddling with the stories, so the published version is an editorial creation, assembling together various texts into a readable version that doesn't contradict itself.)[[note]]Usually.[[/note]])
3rd Jan '15 7:38:26 PM pokedude10
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Crosswicking example from newly launched trope. Also moved Saved from Dev hell under Dev Hell
* SavedFromDevelopmentHell: J.R.R.Tolkien worked on it from WWI to his death - over fifty years! - and it was published posthumously by his son Christopher in 1977. Most Tolkien fans agree it was definitely worth it.
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* ** SavedFromDevelopmentHell: J.R.R.Tolkien worked on it from WWI to his death - over fifty years! - and it was published posthumously by his son Christopher in 1977. Most Tolkien fans agree it was definitely worth it. * ExtremelyLengthyCreation: Tolkien started work on what would become this in 1914. After his death in 1973 it still wasn't finished. It was finally published in 1977 by his son Christopher.
18th Sep '14 9:24:07 AM TunaSafe
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Moving trivia entries from the main page.
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* DevelopmentHell: Tolkien began writing ''The Silmarillion'' during the FirstWorldWar and it was published only in 1977, over sixty years after its first conception. * SavedFromDevelopmentHell: J.R.R.Tolkien worked on it from WWI to his death - over fifty years! - and it was published posthumously by his son Christopher in 1977. Most Tolkien fans agree it was definitely worth it. * NamesTheSame: In RealLife, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ainu_people there is a culture of Edain called the Ainu]].
26th May '13 9:49:42 PM JIKTV
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** Music/BlindGuardian's ''Nightfall in Middle-earth'' is [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a concept album]] based on the Silm.
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** Music/BlindGuardian's ''Nightfall in Middle-earth'' is [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic a concept album]] based on the Silm.
26th May '13 9:49:28 PM JIKTV
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* WordOfStPaul: Christopher Tolkien's commentaries and edits on posthumous works. Also his version of the war between Doriath and the Dwarves, which his father never got around to writing.
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* WordOfStPaul: WordOfSaintPaul: Christopher Tolkien's commentaries and edits on posthumous works. Also his version of the war between Doriath and the Dwarves, which his father never got around to writing.
23rd Mar '13 11:51:49 AM ArcadesSabboth
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those were moved from the Literature/ tab
23rd Mar '13 11:51:16 AM ArcadesSabboth
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---- !!Tropes inspired by this work: * HeavyMithril ** Music/BlindGuardian's ''Nightfall in Middle-earth'' is [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a concept album]] based on the Silm. ** Epidemia's "FŽanor."
6th Jan '13 10:49:58 PM Gemmabeta
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10th Dec '12 1:49:20 PM ArcadesSabboth
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* WordOfStPaul: Christopher Tolkien's commentaries and edits on posthumous works.
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* WordOfStPaul: Christopher Tolkien's commentaries and edits on posthumous works. Also his version of the war between Doriath and the Dwarves, which his father never got around to writing. ----
4th Oct '12 6:42:36 PM ArcadesSabboth
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Tolkien died before he could finish it. (But he spent years and years fiddling with the stories, so the published version is an editorially creation, assembling together a readable version that doesn't contradict itself.)
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Tolkien died before he could finish it. (But he spent years and years fiddling with the stories, so the published version is an editorially editorial creation, assembling together various texts into a readable version that doesn't contradict itself.)
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