Word logging for LOTR and the Silmarillion

ruth barratt

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Hello all,
So I first posted this in the ExLOTR thread by as it has now grown to include the Silmarillion I thought I would repost it here.
Basically, I have gone through the books and created a spreadsheet of the use of a word. I have logged the book, chapter, where it is used, and how used it used in the line.
The links are 'comment' links so that if you spot something that is wrong please leave me a comment and I'll have a look-see.
If you would like to have more access for some reason you can request this through the green box at the top.
If you have any words that are not on there that you think should be let me know.

Also, I have a general call for aid; being dyslexic I have some, shall we say, special spellings in these sheets, as well as the normal typos. So if there is anyone who would like to help in finding them please feel free to leave comments on the sheet, I appreciate any and all constructive feedback.




 
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ruth barratt

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I have also graphed some of the words and made a little word doc for them sometimes with a thought (may not be the best thought) from yours truly.
Again they are comment links so feel very free to point out mistakes, I can guarantee that there will be some. :D

Bad guy related words:
 

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Caps vs. Non-cap

 

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Use of Hobbits fully names (I was just intrigued)

 

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Light related

 
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Metals

 

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I'm back and my first new page is Eyes. Sorry for the tiny font in places.

I have also done the uses of Mr. and Master

 
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ruth barratt

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Some new graphs for you:

 

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I was wondering about the feelings of the people in the book (due to my own at the time) and sound something interesting at least I think so here are the graphs for Joy and Fear with more to come.
 

ruth barratt

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So I was wondering about the word Fool, who is called fool the most and who uses it the most. The answer is Gandalf for both of them.
 
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