L. Sprague de Camp
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- "[Tolkien] said he found [the anthology] interesting but did not much like the stories in it [...] We sat in the garage for a couple of hours, smoking pipes, drinking beer, and talking about a variety of things. Practically anything in English literature, from Beowulf down, Tolkien had read and could talk intelligently about. He indicated that he 'rather liked' Howard's Conan stories."
- ― Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers, pp. 243-4
- Critique of "Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweler"
- L. Sprague de Camp 30 August 1964 (letter)