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Letter 132

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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
This fragment of a letter, dated [[February 10]], [[1952]], was sent to John Tolkien|John]]. Tolkien tells his eldest son of a "ham-feast" he had with [[C.S. Lewis]] and [[Charles Leslie Wrenn]]. A Dr. Firor of [[wikipedia:Johns Hopkins University|Johns Hopkins University]] had brought an American ham, and Tolkien enjoyed the night: it was quiet and rational, "because [[Hugo Dyson|Hugo]] was not asked".
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This fragment of a letter, dated [[February 10]], [[1952]], was sent to [[John Tolkien|John]]. Tolkien tells his eldest son of a "ham-feast" he had with [[C.S. Lewis]] and [[Charles Leslie Wrenn]]. A Dr. Firor of [[wikipedia:Johns Hopkins University|Johns Hopkins University]] had brought an American ham, and Tolkien enjoyed the night: it was quiet and rational, "because [[Hugo Dyson|Hugo]] was not asked".
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
Dr. Firor of Johns Hopkins University has not been identified by [[Christopher Tolkien]] or [[Humphrey Carpenter]]. The only Dr. Firor employed by JHU at the time was [http://medicalarchives.jhmi.edu/sgml/firor.html Warfield Monroe Firor], a professor of Medicine. What his business with the Inklings was is unknown.
 
Dr. Firor of Johns Hopkins University has not been identified by [[Christopher Tolkien]] or [[Humphrey Carpenter]]. The only Dr. Firor employed by JHU at the time was [http://medicalarchives.jhmi.edu/sgml/firor.html Warfield Monroe Firor], a professor of Medicine. What his business with the Inklings was is unknown.
 
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Letter 132 is a letter written by J.R.R. Tolkien and published in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.

Summary

This fragment of a letter, dated February 10, 1952, was sent to John. Tolkien tells his eldest son of a "ham-feast" he had with C.S. Lewis and Charles Leslie Wrenn. A Dr. Firor of Johns Hopkins University had brought an American ham, and Tolkien enjoyed the night: it was quiet and rational, "because Hugo was not asked".

Notes

Dr. Firor of Johns Hopkins University has not been identified by Christopher Tolkien or Humphrey Carpenter. The only Dr. Firor employed by JHU at the time was Warfield Monroe Firor, a professor of Medicine. What his business with the Inklings was is unknown.