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*[[1932]]: [[The British Esperantist, Vol.28, May 1932|''The British Esperantist''. Vol.28, May 1932]]. Includes '''[[A Philologist on Esperanto]]'''.
 
*[[1932]]: [[The British Esperantist, Vol.28, May 1932|''The British Esperantist''. Vol.28, May 1932]]. Includes '''[[A Philologist on Esperanto]]'''.
 
*[[1932]]: ''[[The Life of Joseph Wright]]''. Includes extracts from the letter '''[[Joseph Wright 26 January 1925]]'''.
 
*[[1932]]: ''[[The Life of Joseph Wright]]''. Includes extracts from the letter '''[[Joseph Wright 26 January 1925]]'''.
*[[1932]]: ''[[Medium Ævum]]''. Oxford, 1, n°3. Contains essay on Old English '''[[Sigelwara Land (Part 1)]]''', pp.183-196.
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*[[1932]]: [[Medium Ævum (Vol. 1, No. 3)|''Medium Ævum'' (Vol. 1, No. 3)]]. Includes '''[[Sigelwara Land|Sigelwara Land (Part 1)]]'''.
 
*[[1932]]: ''[[Report on the Excavation of the Prehistoric, Roman, and Post-Roman Site in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire]]''. Includes '''[[The Name 'Nodens']]'''.
 
*[[1932]]: ''[[Report on the Excavation of the Prehistoric, Roman, and Post-Roman Site in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire]]''. Includes '''[[The Name 'Nodens']]'''.
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*[[1932]]: ''[[Sigelwara land — I]]''
  
 
*[[1933]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°5. Contains the poem '''[[Errantry]]''', p.180.
 
*[[1933]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°5. Contains the poem '''[[Errantry]]''', p.180.
  
 
*[[1934]]: Chronicle, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton, 4. Contains the poem '''[[Firiel (poem)|Firiel]]''', pp.30-32.
 
*[[1934]]: Chronicle, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton, 4. Contains the poem '''[[Firiel (poem)|Firiel]]''', pp.30-32.
*[[1934]]: [[Medium Ævum]]. 3, n°2. Contains the poem '''[[Sigelwara Land (Part 2)]]''', pp.95-111.
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*[[1934]]: [[Medium Ævum (Vol. 3, No. 2)|''Medium Ævum'' (Vol. 3, No. 2)]]. Includes '''[[Sigelwara Land|Sigelwara Land (Part 2)]]'''.
 
*[[1934]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°9. Contains the poem '''[[Looney]]''', p.340.
 
*[[1934]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°9. Contains the poem '''[[Looney]]''', p.340.
 
*[[1934]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°13. Contains the poem '''[[The Adventures of Tom Bombadil (poem)|The Adventures of Tom Bombadil]]''', pp.464-465.
 
*[[1934]]: ''Oxford Magazine''. 52, n°13. Contains the poem '''[[The Adventures of Tom Bombadil (poem)|The Adventures of Tom Bombadil]]''', pp.464-465.
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*[[1934]]: ''[[Sigelwara land — II]]''
 
*[[1934]]: ''Transactions of the Philological Society''. David Nutt. Stephen Austin and Sons. Contains '''[[Chaucer as a Philologist: The Reeve's Tale]]''', pp.70.
 
*[[1934]]: ''Transactions of the Philological Society''. David Nutt. Stephen Austin and Sons. Contains '''[[Chaucer as a Philologist: The Reeve's Tale]]''', pp.70.
  

Revision as of 13:42, 2 February 2013

This is an attempt to list all published writings (including letters, transcribed interviews and statements, etc.) of J.R.R. Tolkien appearing in books, periodicals, ephemera and online, in a chronological order of publication.[1] For a list of his major books, see the bibliography section on the J.R.R. Tolkien page.

  • Note 1: For ease of reference (and because many items do not have an exact date of publication), works are sorted alphabetically under each year.
  • Note 2: The list does not (in general) include reprints.
  • Note 3: Publications, with only a vague contribution by Tolkien, or which are questionable, disputed, or with an unknown publication status or similiar, are enclosed with parentheses.
  • Note 4: Non-English publications are only listed if these contain material published for the first time.

Contents

Publications during Tolkien's Lifetime

1910s

1920s

1930s

  • 1933: Oxford Magazine. 52, n°5. Contains the poem Errantry, p.180.

1940s

1950s

  • 1958: The Old English Apollonius of Tyre. Ed. Peter Goolden. Oxford University Press / Oxford English Monographs. Contains 'Prefatory Note', p. iii.
  • 1958: The Peterborough Chronicle 1070-1154. Ed. Cecily Clark. Oxford University Press / Oxford English Monographs.

1960s

  • (1960: The Seafarer.)
  • 1960: Triode. Contains a letter to the editor - Comments to Arthur R. Weir, "No Monroe in Lothlorien!".

1970s

Posthumous Publications

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s


See also

References

  1. Main works consulted for the compilation of this list has been (1) The J.R.R. Tolkien Companion and Guide, (2) the bibliography of the Tolkien Library, (3) An Illustrated Tolkien Bibliography, (4) A Chronological Bibliography of the Writings of J.R.R. Tolkien.