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Moreover, it may be worth reading some other discussions of the topic for balance.
My Tolkien Newsgroups FAQ includes a consensus statement and a short summary of the debate.
However, a perfectly unbiased treatment is impossible, so because of the contentious nature of this question it is worth reading the Appendix to make yourself aware of the author's potential prejudices.To facilitate in the use of this text as a reference (and also keep it all straight in my head) I have grouped the arguments around particular quotations that they relate to and listed these quotations at the start of each section.While it is often argued that the Balrog in Fot R did not fly because it did not have sufficient room this earlier version makes the Balrog comparatively small.From the first hair-raising story to the last, Not My Small Diary #19 is a staccato delivery of twist endings, reincarnated pets, and humorous superstitions existing in a mostly invisible layer on the edge of our consciousness.” - Justin Giampioli, Comics Bulletin, As of April 2017 I have received submissions from 43 talented artists for the "Unexplained Events" issue of Not My Small Diary!
I am in the process of laying the book out and confirming page order.Also, that the Balrog was able to enter the Chamber of Mazarbul suggests either that it was not gigantic or that it was able to change its size (again, see Volume Five for the pros and cons of that issue). The fair copy C has here likewise 'and not much greater' (FR: 'of man-shape maybe, yet greater')" Only in the final form, which is also when 'the wings spread from wall to wall' was added, is it stated to be unambiguously larger than human - though not how much so.