Letter to George Sayer (28 November 1963)

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On 28 November 1963, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a letter to George Sayer.[1][2][3]

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"A Catholic could not possibly say anything sincere about Jack's books without giving widespread offence"

"But then Jack [C. S. Lewis] never sent me anything. Not even of Screwtape Letters which he dedicated to me (without permission). I was wryly amused to learn from the Daily Telegraph that 'Lewis was never (sic) himself very fond of this work'. I after/often [this word is especially hard to discern] wondered why the dedication was made. Now I know—or should."

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