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Dr. '''Rhona Beare''', an English author and scholar, had a correspondance with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] during her studies at Exeter University ([[Letter 211]], [[Letter 239]], [[Letter 245]], two of them published in full in ''[[J.R.R. Tolkien's Letters to Rhona Beare]]''). Eventually, she moved to Australia and became a Lecturer in Classics at Newcastle University, New South Wales, but returned to England in 2000.  
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Dr. '''Rhona Beare''', an English author and scholar, had a correspondance with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] during her studies at Exeter University ([[Letter 211]], [[Letter 230]], [[Letter 245]], two of them published in full in ''[[J.R.R. Tolkien's Letters to Rhona Beare]]''). Eventually, she moved to Australia and became a Lecturer in Classics at Newcastle University, New South Wales, but returned to England in 2000.  
  
 
While in Australia, Beare wrote some articles on Tolkien and [[Charles Williams]] for ''[[Mythlore]]''. She also translated Tolkien's ''[[Songs for the Philologists]]''.<ref>[http://www.tolkiensociety.org/2005/guests.html Tolkien 2005 Guests] on the web page of the [[Tolkien Society]], as of May 28, 2010.</ref>
 
While in Australia, Beare wrote some articles on Tolkien and [[Charles Williams]] for ''[[Mythlore]]''. She also translated Tolkien's ''[[Songs for the Philologists]]''.<ref>[http://www.tolkiensociety.org/2005/guests.html Tolkien 2005 Guests] on the web page of the [[Tolkien Society]], as of May 28, 2010.</ref>

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Rhona Beare
Biographical information
Born1935
EducationExeter University
OccupationAcademic, author
LocationEngland

Dr. Rhona Beare, an English author and scholar, had a correspondance with J.R.R. Tolkien during her studies at Exeter University (Letter 211, Letter 230, Letter 245, two of them published in full in J.R.R. Tolkien's Letters to Rhona Beare). Eventually, she moved to Australia and became a Lecturer in Classics at Newcastle University, New South Wales, but returned to England in 2000.

While in Australia, Beare wrote some articles on Tolkien and Charles Williams for Mythlore. She also translated Tolkien's Songs for the Philologists.[1]

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  1. Tolkien 2005 Guests on the web page of the Tolkien Society, as of May 28, 2010.