should be read before.
The Silmarillion could be read before or after, it doesn't matter. I read it after.
The Hobbit, The Silmarillion
The Hobbit, but really, you should read the silmarillion. It explains the whole Lord of the Rings Lore. but the hobbit, then the lord of the rings; Although, not all of the films for the Hobbit have come out
He is the creator of Middle Earth and the author of the Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and The Lord of the Rings.
The Hobbit Lord of the Rings The Silmarillion Mr. Bliss
The Complete Guide to Middle-Earth: From the Hobbit to the Silmarillion published in 1985
"The Hobbit", "The Lord of the Rings", and "The Silmarillion" are the most famous books he wrote, but there are others. -sam-is-my-hero-
It would be the books about Middle Earth. They include The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and the Silmarillion.
Tolkien wrote The Hobbit before he wrote the Lord of the Rings trilogy. The events in The Hobbit predate the chronology of the Lord of the Rings by about 60 years.
The prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy is The Hobbit. If you wish to go even earlier back, I suggest the Silmarillion or The Children of Hurin or other such tales.
The Hobbit was written first.
British author Prof. J.R.R. Tolkien, of Oxford. A brilliant writer, he authored The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and a vast collection of works he did not complete before his passing.
Yes, it does.
There was not a fourth book it was only a trilogy. Although there have been many other woks concerning Middle Earth such as The Hobbit and the Silmarillion.
The Silmarillion talks about the history of the elves in the early ages. (it's like the book of elves, elvish book of history)
No, not at all. The Hobbit (even though it came out after Lord of The Rings) is a companion novel to the Lord of the Rings, they occur in the same universe, although The Hobbit predates the events of LOTR.
The Hobbit is considered the prequel and occurs about 60 years in time before the Lord of the Rings. It is about how the One Ring came back to knowledge in Middle-earth after being hidden for so many years.The Silmarillion contains portions of the events from the beginning of Middle-earth right up to the destruction of Beleriand and the destruction of Numenor. It is far more like a history book than a story.The Hobbit. It tells of the life and adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Frodo's uncle. A movie is being made called "The Hobbit" in 2012. Peter Jackson comes back to direct another masterpiece.This may be slightly pedantic, but just to be precise:Technically the book The Lord of the Rings doesn't have a prequel. A prequel is written after a publication in question but describes the events that happened before the events in said publication.The Hobbit (book) was written before The Lord of the Rings. The Lord of the Rings is the sequel to The Hobbit, but The Hobbit is not the prequel to The Lord of the Rings.However, the movie The Hobbit is the prequel to The Lord of the Rings movie.The Hobbit
J.R.R. Tolkien wrote The Hobbit first (in the 1930s, released in 1937). He wrote The Lord of the Rings between 1937 and 1950, and was published in 1954/5; he started work on The Lord of the Rings after The Hobbit was published.He had actually written the stories that make up The Silmarillion even earlier, while recovering in a hospital during world war 1 from combat wounds. But while many parts of both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings stories refer to events in The Silmarillion, Tolkien never felt those stories were finished and was always reediting them throughout his life, so he never made a serious attempt to get them published himself.
There will be no Silmarillion movie. There will be The Hobbit, which will be made into a trilogy. There will be added information in the film from notes and from The Silmarillion as Peter Jackson wanted to add as much detail about Middle-earth in the trilogy as they will be the last live action films based on Tolkien's fantastical world.
Reportedly, his 'The Silmarillion' has a score of 69.1. As it is the more 'difficult' of his three Middle-Earth tales, 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' are probably higher than that.
That would be The Lord of the Rings. It continues the saga of the One Ring. There are a couple of 'prequel' books including the Silmarillion.
The Hobbit is the prelude to The Lord of the Rings, of which The Fellowship of the Ring is the first part, so yes, it comes before.
Tolkien began writing The Lord of the Rings as a series of sequels to The Hobbit in 1937 and completed the full set of six sequels in 1949. Initially he tried to convince his publisher to have The Lord of the Rings published as one complete volume to be followed by The Silmarillion in another volume, but his publisher rejected The Silmarillion as they wanted only "hobbit stories" not a "mythology of Middle Earth", which they saw as uninteresting to their readers. For economic reasons The Lord of the Rings was published in three volumes over the course of a year from 29 July 1954 to 20 October 1955.
The Hobbit in 1937