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Peter Soyer Beagle (April 20, 1939) is an American fantasist and author of novels, nonfiction, and screenplays.





  • 1966: Holiday
    • (June:) "Tolkien's Magic Ring"
  • 1966: The Tolkien Reader
    • "Tolkien's Magic Ring"
  • 1982: The Hobbit (US revised edition)
    • "About the Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J. R. R. Tolkien"
  • 1984: Fantastists on Fantasy
    • "Tolkien's Magic Ring"


Convention appearances


"I did want to be involved in some sort of a Tolkien project and at that time it was the only game in town. The idea of doing it live 25 years ago was inconceivable"
― Peter S. Beagle on animation, Ringers: Lord of the Fans
"As for Saul Zaentz and The Lord of the Rings, I wrote and rewrote that script God knows how many times, eight or nine at least, for a consultant's fee with the understanding that when Part 2 came along I would be paid extra to compensate for the skimpy payment on Part 1. Well there never was a Part 2, and Saul Zaentz never felt morally obliged to live up to the promise he made."
― Peter S. Beagle on Saul Zaentz, Interview.

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