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Tolkien’s Birmingham: Sarehole Mill – The real Shire

Sarehole

Tolkien’s Birmingham: Part 3 (Sarehole Mill – The Real Shire) “Hobbiton was a village on a stream locally known as The Water, a short distance west of Bywater. It had a mill, (Sarehole Mill) and there was a small inn called the Ivy Bush at the eastern end of the village, on the road to […]

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Tolkien’s Birmingham: The Influence Of Environment On The Author

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Tolkien’s Birmingham: Part 1 – The Influence Of Environment On The Author Environment, particularly in an author’s formative years, can leave an indelible mark upon an author’s point of view, certainly upon his or her selection of settings. After all, where would the Brontë sisters have been without their Gothic upbringing on the Yorkshire moors, […]

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