Puedes escribir una crA­tica de esta pelA­cula para que el resto de los usuarios la pueda leer. Si alguna sinopsis cuenta demasiados detalles del argumento -o para corregir errores o completar datos de la ficha- por favor mA?ndanos un mensaje. One of the best indicators of the health of the world's cultures may be the state of its languages—and many are rapidly disappearing. Despair over the loss of cultures and languages resonates throughout Tolkien's narrative in The Lord of the Rings.
Likewise, the cultural realm of the Dwarves is dwindling, with only a few strongholds remaining.

Tolkien's fascination with language and culture resonates throughout The Lord of the Rings.
Tolkien well understood the power of the written and spoken word, philologist that he was—he knew that words were magic.
One of the most vivid expressions of Tolkien's ability and interest in languages was the creation of his own. Many character and place names in The Lord of the Rings are related to words from old and modern languages.
The publication of the Kalevala helped protect the ancient Finnish poems and the Finnish language itself, while helping to solidify a sense of national identity among many Finns.

Over the course of his life he invented several languages, such as Elvish (including Quenya and Sindarin), Dwarvish (Khuzdul), Entish, and Black Speech.
Just as the artistry, beauty, and essence of the Kalevala is intricately tied to the Finnish language, each invented language in The Lord of the Rings plays a seminal role in the evolution of events and development of the characters in Tolkien's story.

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