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Imladris in English
You have found your way to the cozy home of Imladris - The Danish Tolkien Society.
As a society Imladris can track back its history to the birthday of Bilbo and Frodo on 22 September 1992 in the centenary of J.R.R. Tolkien's birth. For a period of years we published the magazine of Athelas but since 1998 we have been concentrating on creating a forum for Danish hobbit friends on the net instead.
For that reason we no longer admit any new paying members. Instead you're welcome to contribute with your knowledge in Tolkienology by participating actively here on our home page with contributions, discussions, reviews and news.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892-1973) was a professor in English language and literature in Leeds and Oxford when he wrote his adventurous fairy-tales of hobbits, orcs and elves. The nice gentleman turned out to be anything but boring for behind the outer appearance of a dry professor, there were a vivid imagination and a great passion of languages and mythology. His most famous works are The Hobbit (1937), The Lord of the Rings (1954-55) and the posthumously published Silmarillion (1977). When Tolkien died in 1973, at the age of 81, his life's work had already become a vivid part of the current mythology - and there is no indication he will ever be forgotten!
Imladris is a rallying ground for all those who are fond of hobbits and fairy-tales. Here, you'll find plenty of drawings, discussions about Tolkien and his universe, reviews of books, films and music, articles about Tolkien's elvish languages and mythology, poetry, small adventurous fairy-stories and not least news from the Tolkien front from near and far.
In short: Welcome to Imladris - the place for those who yearn to wander in Middle-earth.
Please notice that this site is primarily for a Danish audience and thus most articles here will be written in Danish. We do have a few translated articles, though, mostly originating from "Athelas in English" which was published in 1994. Have a look around and don't forget to check out our fabulous gallery (currently under construction).