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  1. Like nearly all others in Middle-earth, Tolkien's elves rarely display any kind of "active" magic as found in later fantasy works, but are nonetheless deemed "magic" by the lesser races, due to their vast number of superhuman abilities (keen senses such as sharper hearing and sight, even to the point of night vision, resting the mind and travel simultaneously, foresight, some kind of telepathy ...

  2. Sep 05, 2019 · Examples Of Mood In Fiction 1. The Hobbit. In The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, the author makes us feel safe and content. The mood is comforting and hopeful. How did the author create this? Setting: He describes homely settings with comforting food. Style: His style is simple and descriptive. Tone: His tone is fatherly and parochial.

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    Examples. Published science fiction writers who have written drabbles include Brian Aldiss and Gene Wolfe (both of whom contributed to The Drabble Project), Lois McMaster Bujold (whose novel Cryoburn finishes with a sequence of five drabbles, each told from the point of view of a different character), and Jake Bible (whose novel Dead Mech was ...

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