Letter to Jared C. Lobdell

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In December 1963, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a letter to Jared C. Lobdell.[1]

  • Subject: Tolkien discusses C.S. Lewis and his qualities as a reader.[2]
  • Publication: A quotation from the letter appeared in Lobdell's article "C.S. Lewis’s Ransom Stories and Their Eighteenth-Century Ancestry" (p. 230), published in Word and Story in C.S. Lewis.

References

  1. Jared C. Lobdell, "C.S. Lewis’s Ransom Stories and Their Eighteenth-Century Ancestry", in Peter J. Schakel, Charles A. Huttar (eds) Word and Story in C.S. Lewis, pp. 213-231
  2. Information about this publication supplied by TolkienBooks.net (private correspondence with User:Morgan), with their kind permission for reproduction on Tolkien Gateway.