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| to=Peter Hastings (draft)
 
| to=Peter Hastings (draft)
| date=Unsent, written [[1954#September|September]] [[1954]] (on internal evidence 27-30 September<ref group="note">“..... last Sunday’s Epistle — ..... that says ''ex quo''.” in paragraph 11 refers to Ephesians 3:13-21, pre-Vaticanum II the Epistle for Pentecost 16 — which in 1954 fell on [[26 September]].</ref>)
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| date=Unsent, written [[1954#September|September]] [[1954]]
 
| subject=Middle-earth metaphysics
 
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Tolkien admitted that he had made a great song and oration about his tale, and had taken himself even more seriously than Hastings had done. Yet the issues he had "scribbled" about arise in some form in all writing or art that does no stay strictly with "observed fact".
 
Tolkien admitted that he had made a great song and oration about his tale, and had taken himself even more seriously than Hastings had done. Yet the issues he had "scribbled" about arise in some form in all writing or art that does no stay strictly with "observed fact".
  
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