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Armies and Hosts of Middle-earth warfare

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  1. In J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth much of the history of the three ages of his legendarium are concerned with wars and the battles and armies of those wars

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  2. In the subsections that follow, the hierarchy and organization described above is shown and applied to an exemplar war from each of the three ages of Tolkien's fictional legendarium of Middle-earth

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  3. Tolkien, as a writer, adopts various modes in the books from the very conversational raconteur of The Hobbit to the medieval, or biblical-like, historian of The Silmarillion to the novelist of The Lord of the Rings and even to the epic poet of The La

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  4. The different modes present different perspectives and narrative distances

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  5. In some the action is far off, in others the action is very near

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