The Hobbit has become a popular holiday classic in Ireland and a staple in the homes of many a family.
But now a new book on the film by Irish author Michael D Higgins has challenged some of the prevailing theories about the film.
It is an ambitious, but largely uncontroversial book that challenges a number of assumptions about what made the film so popular in Ireland.
Michael D Higgins is the author of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”, a novel about the story of the film, which was released in the US last year.
It is being published by Penguin Random House Ireland.
The book, which is due to be released next month, will focus on the relationship between the book and the film and the wider story of The Hobbit in Ireland, Higgins told The Irish Mail on Sunday.
“The book is really about the process of writing this book, and what the book does in the context of that process,” he said.
“It’s a great example of how you can explore your own work through other people’s work.”
Higgins was first attracted to the film when he was a child, and he says it was an easy way for him to get into the story.
“[I was] always fascinated by the characters and the settings, so I just wanted to know more about them,” he explained.
He is writing the book in response to the growing interest in his book and in the film’s success.
The film’s popularity in Ireland has risen dramatically over the past year and has helped it reach the top of the Irish box office in the last six months.
The Irish Film Institute (IFI) has said the film is the best-selling film in the country since its release last year and that it will gross €5 million in Ireland next month.
The Hobbit has had its share of controversy and controversy.
On one side of the debate are those who say the film was produced to be racist, in part because it depicts the orcs as being superior to the hobbits.
On the other are those that argue the film could be viewed as a work of literary criticism.
Hes an accomplished writer who has written two books on the Irish film industry.
His latest is “The History of Ireland: The Making of the Hobbit”.