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1938

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* '''[[14 February|14]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] gives an invitational speech at the Lovelace Society, the essay club of Worcester College, [[Oxford]]. He reads them ''The Legend of Worming Hall'', a story that would become ''[[Farmer Giles of Ham]]''. [[Norman Power]] is present at the speech.
 
* '''[[14 February|14]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] gives an invitational speech at the Lovelace Society, the essay club of Worcester College, [[Oxford]]. He reads them ''The Legend of Worming Hall'', a story that would become ''[[Farmer Giles of Ham]]''. [[Norman Power]] is present at the speech.
 
* '''[[17 February|17]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] writes [[Letter 23]].
 
* '''[[17 February|17]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] writes [[Letter 23]].
* '''[[February 18|18]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] writes [[Letter 24]].
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* '''[[18 February|18]]''' - [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] writes [[Letter 24]].
 
* '''[[February 20|20]]''' - In response to an article in ''The Observer'' of [[16 January|January 16]], a [[Letter 25|letter]] by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] is published, explaining the name and inception of the intriguing hero, which would, according to the ''Observer'', ''"save many research students so very much trouble in the generations to come."''
 
* '''[[February 20|20]]''' - In response to an article in ''The Observer'' of [[16 January|January 16]], a [[Letter 25|letter]] by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] is published, explaining the name and inception of the intriguing hero, which would, according to the ''Observer'', ''"save many research students so very much trouble in the generations to come."''
 
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==March==

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