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They first appeared in the Battle of Lhammoth , where they were defeated by the Noldor. Years later, when the House of Fingolfin arrived in Middle-earth, Orcs were sent against them as well, but they were utterly defeated in the Battle of the Lammoth.
After their crushing defeat in the Dagor Aglareb and in a minor raid on Hithlum , the Orcs nevertheless regained their numbers.
In the Dagor Bragollach and Nirnaeth Arnoediad , they and their master won crushing victories against the free peoples.
However, they were nearly destroyed in the War of Wrath , and those that survived fled eastwards into the Mountains of Angmar and the Grey Mountains.
Despite the immeasurable number of Orcs present, the battle was won by the Elves and the Numenoreans due to their united force and numbers.
Until Sauron's final downfall in the Third Age, Orcs remained the backbone of the armies of Mordor , and of Isengard when Saruman ruled it.
Orcs of Mordor as depicted by John Howe. Tolkien 's writings, Orcs were cruel, sadistic, black-hearted, vicious, and hateful of everybody and everything, particularly the orderly and prosperous.
They were generally squat, broad, flat-nosed, sallow-skinned, bow-legged, with wide mouths and slant eyes, long arms, dark skin, and fangs.
Tolkien describes one "huge Orc chieftain" as "almost Man-high", and some must have been close to Hobbit height, as Sam and Frodo were able to disguise themselves as Orcs in Mordor.
They were roughly humanoid in shape with pointed ears, sharpened teeth and grimy skin. Their appearance was considered revolting by most of the other races.
Orcs made no beautiful things, but many clever ones including machines, tools, weapons, and instruments of torture. They were delighted by wheels, engines, and explosions, and could tunnel and mine as well as any but the most skilled Dwarves, though they are often untidy and dirty.
They hated themselves, and had an even deeper hatred for Melkor, thus resulting as a violent and warlike race in a perpetual state of chaos with itself and others.
Despite their abominable nature, Orcs were often crafty and clever rather than dim-witted. Tolkien writes that they were capable smiths and craftsmen, though their weapons and belongings are described as crude compared to those of the Free Peoples.
Orcs also developed tunnel-making, so as to dwell underground away from the light. His writing of this mythology emerges as an Oxford philologist well acquainted with Northern European Medieval Literature including the great mythic works such as the Hervarar saga , the Völsunga saga , the influential Beowulf as well as other Old Norse , Old and Middle English Texts.
He was also inspired by non-Germanic works such as the Finnish epic Kalevala. A man who had created his first language by the age of seven, he was driven by a desire to write a mythology for England influenced by his exposure and expertise of these ancient traditions.
The need for such a myth was often a topic of conversation in his meetings with the Inklings , fellow Oxford scholars who have been described as Christian Romantics, meeting weekly and discussing Icelandic myths and their own unpublished compositions.
Tolkien agreed with one of the other members of the group, C. Lewis , that if there were no adequate myths for England then they would have to write their own.
Tolkien's work has been commonly interpreted in this light. Persuaded by his publishers, he started 'a new hobbit' in December After several false starts, the story of the One Ring soon emerged, and the book mutated from being a sequel to The Hobbit to being, in theme, more of a sequel to the unpublished Silmarillion.
The idea of the first chapter A Long-Expected Party arrived fully-formed, although the reasons behind Bilbo's disappearance, and the significance of the Ring did not arrive, along with the title The Lord of the Rings until spring Originally he was going to write another story in which Bilbo had used up all his treasure and was looking for another adventure to gain more; however he remembered the ring and the powers it had and decided to write about that instead.
He started to write it with Bilbo as the main character but decided that the story was too serious to use the fun loving Hobbit so Tolkien looked to use a member of Bilbo's family.
He thought about using Bilbo's son but this generated some difficult questions — Where was his wife? How could Bilbo let his son go into that kind of danger?
In Greek legend, it was a hero's nephew that gained the item of power, and so into existence came the Hobbit Frodo. Writing was slow due to Tolkien's perfectionism, and was frequently interrupted by his obligations as an examiner, and other academic duties.
In fact, the first sentence of The Hobbit was written on a blank page a student had left on an exam paper that Tolkien was grading — "In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit".
He seems to have abandoned the book during most of and only re-started it in April This effort was written as a serial for Christopher Tolkien and C.
Lewis — the former would be sent copies of chapters as they were written while he was serving in Africa in the Royal Air Force. He made another push in , and showed a copy of the manuscript to his publishers in The story was effectively finished the next year, but Tolkien did not finish revising earlier parts of the work until A dispute with his publishers, Allen and Unwin , led to the book being offered to Collins in He intended the Silmarillion itself largely unrevised at this point to be published along with The Lord of the Rings , but Allen and Unwin were unwilling to do this.
After his contact at Collins, Milton Waldman , expressed the belief that The Lord of the Rings itself 'urgently needed cutting', he eventually demanded that they publish the book in They did not do so, and so Tolkien wrote to Allen and Unwin, saying "I would gladly consider the publication of any part of the stuff".
Some locations and characters were inspired by Tolkien's childhood in Sarehole , then a Warwickshire village, now part of Birmingham , and in Birmingham itself.
Delays in producing appendices and maps led to these being published later than originally hoped — on the 29 July and 11 November and 20 October in the United Kingdom, slightly later in the United States.
The Return of the King was especially delayed. He did not, however, much like the title The Return of the King , believing it gave away too much of the storyline.
He had originally suggested The War of the Ring which was dismissed by his publishers. The books were published under a 'profit-sharing' arrangement, where Tolkien would not receive an advance or royalties until the books had broken even, but after then take a large share of the profits.
An index to the entire 3-volume set at the end of third volume was promised in the first volume. However, this proved impractical to compile in a reasonable timescale.
Later, in , four indices which were not compiled by Tolkien were added to The Return of the King. Because the three-volume binding was so widely distributed, the work is usually referred to as the Lord of the Rings "trilogy".
Tolkien himself made use of the term "trilogy" for the work, though he did at other times consider this incorrect, as it was written and conceived as a single novel.
The letters of Tolkien appear on the spines of the boxed set which includes a CD. The individual names for books in this series were decided posthumously, based on suggestions Tolkien had made during his lifetime.
The three parts were first published by Allen and Unwin in - several months apart. They were later reissued many times by multiple publishers, as one, three, six or seven volumes.
In the early s, Donald A. Wollheim, science fiction editor of the paperback publisher Ace Books , realized that The Lord of the Rings was not protected in the United States under American copyright law because the US hardcover edition had been bound from pages printed in the UK for the British edition.
Ace Books proceeded to publish an edition, unauthorized by Tolkien and without compensation to him. Tolkien made this plain to US fans who wrote to him.
Grass-roots pressure became so great that Ace books withdrew their edition and made a nominal payment to Tolkien, well below what he might have been due in an appropriate publication.
However, this poor beginning was overshadowed when an authorized edition followed from Ballantine Books to tremendous commercial success.
By the mids the books, due to their wide exposure on the American public stage, had become a true cultural phenomenon.
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