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Michael Tolkien

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'''Michael Hilary Reuel "Mick" Tolkien''' (October 22, [[1920]] - February 27, [[1984]]) was the second son of [[J.R.R. Tolkien|J.R.R.]] and [[Edith Tolkien]].
 
'''Michael Hilary Reuel "Mick" Tolkien''' (October 22, [[1920]] - February 27, [[1984]]) was the second son of [[J.R.R. Tolkien|J.R.R.]] and [[Edith Tolkien]].
  
When Michael lost his puppet dog on a holiday, his father wrote [[Roverandom]] to consolidate him. Michael also owned the puppet on which [[Tom Bombadil]] was based.  
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When Michael lost his puppet dog on a holiday, his father wrote [[Roverandom]] to console him. Michael also owned the puppet on which [[Tom Bombadil]] was based.  
  
 
Michael's grandson is [[Royd Tolkien]], who cameo'ed as a [[Rangers of Ithilien|Ranger]] in [[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]].
 
Michael's grandson is [[Royd Tolkien]], who cameo'ed as a [[Rangers of Ithilien|Ranger]] in [[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]].

Revision as of 13:23, 29 September 2008

Michael Hilary Reuel "Mick" Tolkien (October 22, 1920 - February 27, 1984) was the second son of J.R.R. and Edith Tolkien.

When Michael lost his puppet dog on a holiday, his father wrote Roverandom to console him. Michael also owned the puppet on which Tom Bombadil was based.

Michael's grandson is Royd Tolkien, who cameo'ed as a Ranger in Peter Jackson's The Return of the King.