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==February==
 
==February==
* '''4''' - [[C.S. Lewis]] writes to lifelong friend Arthur Greeves on ''[[The Hobbit]]'', saying "''Since term began [on January 15] I have had a delightful time reading a children's story which Tolkien has just written . . . Whether it is really good (I think it is until the end) is of course another question: still more, whether it will succeed with modern children''" (''They Stand Together'', collected letters from Lewis to Greeves, ed. [[wikipedia:Walter Hooper|Walter Hooper]], No. 183).
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* '''[[February 4|4]]''' - [[C.S. Lewis]] writes to lifelong friend Arthur Greeves on ''[[The Hobbit]]'', saying "''Since term began [on January 15] I have had a delightful time reading a children's story which Tolkien has just written . . . Whether it is really good (I think it is until the end) is of course another question: still more, whether it will succeed with modern children''" (''They Stand Together'', collected letters from Lewis to Greeves, ed. [[wikipedia:Walter Hooper|Walter Hooper]], No. 183).
 
==December==
 
==December==
* '''2''' - [[Father Christmas]] writes a [[Letters from Father Christmas|letter]] to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s children.
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* '''[[Devember 2|2]]''' - [[Father Christmas]] writes a [[Letters from Father Christmas|letter]] to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s children.
 
* '''21''' - Father Christmas writes a [[Letters from Father Christmas|letter]] to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s children.
 
* '''21''' - Father Christmas writes a [[Letters from Father Christmas|letter]] to [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s children.
 
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Revision as of 10:57, 20 June 2010

Tolkien-related events that took place in 1933.

February

  • 4 - C.S. Lewis writes to lifelong friend Arthur Greeves on The Hobbit, saying "Since term began [on January 15] I have had a delightful time reading a children's story which Tolkien has just written . . . Whether it is really good (I think it is until the end) is of course another question: still more, whether it will succeed with modern children" (They Stand Together, collected letters from Lewis to Greeves, ed. Walter Hooper, No. 183).

December

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Years
1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936