Many readers of <The Lord of the Rings> have such a question—what is the meaning of creating a world like this? Tolkien expressed that he felt sorrow for his beloved country didn’t have a story belong to itself. So he wanted to wrote a myth for Britain, looking at the world from an elf’s perspective. He believed that all myths and legends are the same as art, most of them derived from “truth” which reflected moral truths or evils. In his last interview, the reporter asked if he liked the hobbit unfettered life. He answered, “oh, certainly, of course I like it.” As an English reader says, a child mental reader can see more than a critic value of <The Lord of the Rings>. Recover one’s original simplicity is the meaning of it all.