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Barbara Strachey

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'''Barbara Strachey''' ([[17 July|July 17]], [[1912]] - [[October 15]], [[1999]]) was a writer, broadcaster and photographer.  
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'''Barbara Strachey''' ([[17 July|July 17]], [[1912]] - [[15 October|October 15]], [[1999]]) was a writer, broadcaster and photographer.  
  
 
The [[University of Oxford|Oxford]]-schooled Strachey worked for the [[BBC]], and later wrote among other works ''[[Journeys of Frodo]]''. This collection of maps does not share the widespread fame of [[Karen Wynn Fonstad]]'s ''[[The Atlas of Middle-earth]]'', but is of similar quality.  
 
The [[University of Oxford|Oxford]]-schooled Strachey worked for the [[BBC]], and later wrote among other works ''[[Journeys of Frodo]]''. This collection of maps does not share the widespread fame of [[Karen Wynn Fonstad]]'s ''[[The Atlas of Middle-earth]]'', but is of similar quality.  
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* [[1981]]: ''[[Journeys of Frodo]]''
 
* [[1981]]: ''[[Journeys of Frodo]]''
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* Paul Levy, "[http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/obituary-barbara-strachey-1127122.html Obituary: Barbara Strachey]", ''[http://www.independent.co.uk/ The Independent]'' ([[November 19]], [[1999]])
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* Paul Levy, "[http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/obituary-barbara-strachey-1127122.html Obituary: Barbara Strachey]", ''[http://www.independent.co.uk/ The Independent]'' ([[19 November|November 19]], [[1999]])
  
 
[[Category:Authors|Strachey, Barbara]]
 
[[Category:Authors|Strachey, Barbara]]

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Barbara Strachey (July 17, 1912 - October 15, 1999) was a writer, broadcaster and photographer.

The Oxford-schooled Strachey worked for the BBC, and later wrote among other works Journeys of Frodo. This collection of maps does not share the widespread fame of Karen Wynn Fonstad's The Atlas of Middle-earth, but is of similar quality.

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