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Events which occurred on 4 February.
- 1933 - 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).
- 1938 - J.R.R. Tolkien writes letter 22.
- 1971 - J.R.R. Tolkien writes letter 321.
- 2010 - West of the Mountains, East of the Sea and There and Back Again: The Map of the Hobbit is published.