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Letter to G.H. Cowling

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On 23 December 1934, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a letter to G.H. Cowling.[1]

  • Subject: Tolkien explains his procrastination and horror of writing letters. He thanks Cowling for a copy of Chaucer and wishes him a Happy Christmas.[1] The letter is noteworthy for mentioning the name Bingo in the postscript.[2]
  • Publication: None.
  • Description: Two page manuscript letter, 20 Northmoor Road Oxford.[1]