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he was in army and took part in the battle of the Somme (France). Many of his friends fell in this battle. There Tolkien saw all sides of the war. This period of his life influenced on his creative work very much. That is why we can see so many wars in the books of the professor. Conclusion Well, I think, that now, when I have studied many reasons and roots of different characters of “The Silmarillion”, “The Hobbit” and “The Lord Of The Rings”, I understood Tolkiens philosophy and his views on things a little bit deeper. But the views of the Professor on such events, as I have mentioned in my work, can’t be named allegory, because Tolkien himself always declined the presence of any kind of allegory in his books. But the method of his viewing can be called

“myth-poetical method”. In his “The Silmarillion” and “The Lord Of The Rings” we can see all sings of myth-poetical space, which makes the book fantastic, historical, mythable, poetical and very informative. Besides, “The Lord Of The Rings” is very real and vital. And there is no such question for me, on which I couldn’t find an answer in it. Well, to my mind, my own experience in the sphere of literature, tolkienism and just life experience is enough to advise you to read this book. I think, after such reading, you wouldn’t forget it! List of used literature 1.     J.R.R.Tolkien “The Silmarillion” 2.     J.R.R.Tolkien “The Lord Of The Rings” 3.     J.R.R.Tolkien “The Hobbit or There And

Back Again” 4.     J.R.R.Tolkien “The appendix to “The Lord Of The Rings” 5.     V. Muraviov an introductory article to “The Hobbit” 6.     H. Carpenter “The biography of J.R.R. Tolkien” 7.     Pictures by J.R.R.Tolkien, Karen Wynn Fonstad, Patrick Wynne and frames from the film “The Lord Of The Rings” by Peter Jackson. Appendix “The door of Moria” by J.R.R.Tolkien Elvish and runic scripts made by J.R.R.Tolkien The Monogram of J.R.R.Tolkien Ronald and Edith Tolkien Professor Tolkien The last photo of J.R.R.Tolkien The tomb of Edith Mary Tolkien (Lutien) and John Ronald Ruel Tolkien (Beren)