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Letter 6

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  |date=[[1923#February|February 13]], [[1923]]
 
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  |subject=Thanks for an off print, measles in the household
 
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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
Mrs Wright was the wife of [[Joseph Wright]], Tolkien's former philology Professor. Mrs Wright had sent Tolkien an offprint of an article by her husband about ''[[Sir Gawain and the Green Knight]]''. Tolkien acknowledged its arrival with gratitude, and asked about her husband. He then told of his home situation: [[John Tolkien|John]] and [[Michael Tolkien|Michael]] first and then his wife and nursemaid had been ill with measles for most of January.  
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[[Elizabeth Mary Wright|Mrs. Wright]] was the wife of [[Joseph Wright]], Tolkien's former philology Professor. Mrs Wright had sent Tolkien an offprint of an article by her husband about ''[[Sir Gawain and the Green Knight]]''. Tolkien acknowledged its arrival with gratitude, and asked about her husband. He then told of his home situation: [[John Tolkien|John]] and [[Michael Tolkien|Michael]] first and then his wife and nursemaid had been ill with measles for most of January.  
  
 
In a postscript he informed her that philology was making progress at the [[University of Leeds]].  
 
In a postscript he informed her that philology was making progress at the [[University of Leeds]].  
 
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Revision as of 22:39, 31 May 2011

The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien
Letter 6
RecipientMrs. E. M. Wright
DateFebruary 13, 1923
Subject(s)Thanks for an off print, measles in the household

Letter 6 is a letter written by J.R.R. Tolkien and published in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.

Summary

Mrs. Wright was the wife of Joseph Wright, Tolkien's former philology Professor. Mrs Wright had sent Tolkien an offprint of an article by her husband about Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Tolkien acknowledged its arrival with gratitude, and asked about her husband. He then told of his home situation: John and Michael first and then his wife and nursemaid had been ill with measles for most of January.

In a postscript he informed her that philology was making progress at the University of Leeds.