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Parma Endorion: Essays on Middle-Earth

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Author: Michael Martinez

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Tolkien researcher Michael Martinez shares his knowledge and insights into Tolkien's Middle-earth. The award-winning Parma Endorion Web site has been used by scholars, teachers, librarians, and students from around the world since 1996. Essays cover topics ranging from "What does an Elf do in Amman?" to "Planning the Middle-earth wedding" to "The Wonders of Middle-earth".

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