Smith of Wootton Major (Pdf or epub) by J.R.R. Tolkien

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Human cheerful occasion but other less material powers were at work and the world of man and of Faery met and blended in a strange haunting union Leaf by Niggle is an apt and beautiful illust This story is grouped in with The Light Princess by George MacDonald for me as one of the books that makes me feel exactly the way I want to feel about magic This story has things that you want This story has cake

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Smith of Wootton Major

Ration of Tolkien's theory that fairy stories about the Faery have either own literary value and should not be seen either as academic exercises or as stories written specifically for children This is a very cute short story It s not my favourite one but It has the magic that only Tolkien can create

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This collection includes two of Tolkien's best fairy stories The world of Faery is the setting for Smith of Wootton Major The preparation of Great Cake to mark the Feast of Good Children was a I want to have kids just so I can read them stories like this I wanted to eat the Twenty Fourth Year Cake I wanted to hear Smith Smithson sing while he smithied and just when my eyes were bugging out of my head because of the beautiful descriptions of Faerie I remembered it all started with a Master Baker The story changed hands at least three times but it was seamless Each one of the hands could have been a story of Their OwnI d rate this a G Read this to your chilluns They need magic So do you


10 thoughts on “Smith of Wootton Major

  1. says:

    I want to have kids just so I can read them stories like this I wanted to eat the Twenty Fourth Year Cake; I wanted to hear Smith Smithson sing while he smithied; and just when my eyes were bugging out of my head because of the beautiful descriptions of Faerie I remembered it all started with a Master Baker The story changed hands at least th

  2. says:

    A visit to Faery Beware It may touch your soulUnlike The Lord of the Rings which Tolkien labored over for decades Smith came to him in a flash and he dashed it off whole It has a rough uality which betrays both tha

  3. says:

    Smith of Wootton Major is a fairytale by Tolkien's own definition The fairies are not small and precious but real and pot

  4. says:

    Bought with the same Christmas book voucher as The Adventures of Tom Bombadil and Farmer Giles of Ham It is an extremely shabby battered and worn piece of bookage nowO

  5. says:

    It was fun to re experience this story in audiobook form Derek Jacobi does a magnificent job in his reading performanceI'd forgotten some of the similarities Smith of Wootton Major holds with LOTR The process of giving up the star in order to bestow it on a new person reminded me a bit of Bilbo's giving up the ring though love for the star is certainly a sweet and innocent love unlike passion for the ring The

  6. says:

    This story is grouped in with The Light Princess by George MacDonald for me as one of the books that makes me feel exactly the way

  7. says:

    This one’s a real bopper 👌

  8. says:

    This was uite an enjoyable little story I thought it was very interesting and I loved the premise of it and how it was executed I throughly enjoyed it just as it was a story It was a great story and one that I am glad that I got to read

  9. says:

    This is a very cute short story It's not my favourite one but It has the magic that only Tolkien can create

  10. says:

    A cute little fairy tale about the Faerie and cakes among other things Perhaps this could’ve been even longer as I was lef