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- portal Tom Bombadil is a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He first appeared in print in a 1934 poem called The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, which...
- Adventures of Tom Bombadil is a 1962 collection of poetry by J. R. R. Tolkien. The book contains 16 poems, two of which feature Tom Bombadil, a character encountered...
- Bombadil may refer to: Tom Bombadil, a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium Bombadil Publishing, a youth-to-youth publishing house in Sweden Bombadil...
- print in a 1934 poem called The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, where she appears as the wife of Tom Bombadil. Also known as the "River-woman's daughter", she...
- then thought lost. It was rediscovered in 2021. It includes scenes of Tom Bombadil and Goldberry omitted from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings film trilogy...
- who controls much of the forest, but are rescued by the mysterious Tom Bombadil. Leaving, they are caught by a barrow-wight, who traps them in a barrow...
- Bombadil is a three-piece Americana, folk-pop band from Durham, North Carolina with guitar, b****, piano, and drums as their primary instruments. The band...
- barrow-wight and the character Tom Bombadil first appeared in Tolkien's writings in his poem The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, published in the Oxford Magazine...
- shorter books (Tree and Leaf, Farmer Giles of Ham, and The Adventures of Tom Bombadil), together with one additional piece and introductory material. It was...
- Barrow-wight and Tom Bombadil himself, first appeared in Tolkien's narrative poem The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, where Old Man Willow trapped Bombadil himself briefly...
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