Table of Contents | 28 January 2002
Carol Vance lifted her balloon, seeking an altitude from which a falling body would have the chance to do some thinking on the way down.
The ancient Polynesians crossed the Pacific Ocean without compass or sextant. The first Europeans to encounter Polynesian settlements had to explain how a heathen, primitive group of people managed to spread throughout the Pacific islands, establishing colonies that were separated by thousands of miles of ocean—all before the first European had even laid eyes on the Pacific Ocean.
An instinct rose within / and she began to spin herself / in her dress of yellow, summered silk.
With so much hype surrounding the release of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, we thought it might be interesting to review some of the older (and one or two newer) recordings which were inspired by the writings of Tolkien.
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