There is a fundamental ambiguity in the ability of humans to both good and evil
James RowellJuly 6, 2023
Contrary to detractors like George R.R. Martin who say that Tolkien’s works are simplistic with a black and white view of morality, Tolkien wasn’t oblivious to how terrible the world can be, having been on the front line of the First World War.
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