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Hilary Tolkien 1971

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*'''Contents:''' Tolkien refers to the celebration of [[wikipedia:Guy Fawkes Night|Guy Fawkes Night]], and "one will notice the conspicuous use of some distinctly Tolkienian vernacular"<ref>[[Jason Fisher]], "[http://lingwe.blogspot.com/2010/04/another-of-my-reviews-goes-online.html Another of my reviews goes online]" (Blog entry, retrieved July 17, 2010)</ref>.
 
*'''Contents:''' Tolkien refers to the celebration of [[wikipedia:Guy Fawkes Night|Guy Fawkes Night]], and "one will notice the conspicuous use of some distinctly Tolkienian vernacular"<ref>[[Jason Fisher]], "[http://lingwe.blogspot.com/2010/04/another-of-my-reviews-goes-online.html Another of my reviews goes online]" (Blog entry, retrieved July 17, 2010)</ref>.
 
*'''Authenticity:''' Very High
 
*'''Authenticity:''' Very High
*'''Publication:''' An excerpt from the letter was published in ''[[Black and White Ogre Country]]''.
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*'''Publication:''' An excerpt from the letter was published in ''[[Black & White Ogre Country]]''.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:59, 22 September 2013

Hilary Tolkien 1971 is a letter from J.R.R. Tolkien to his brother Hilary, written some time in 1971.

  • Contents: Tolkien refers to the celebration of Guy Fawkes Night, and "one will notice the conspicuous use of some distinctly Tolkienian vernacular"[1].
  • Authenticity: Very High
  • Publication: An excerpt from the letter was published in Black & White Ogre Country.

[edit] References

  1. Jason Fisher, "Another of my reviews goes online" (Blog entry, retrieved July 17, 2010)