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Re: Tolkien's Birmingham on BBC One
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You don't want to bother, Beren!

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Re: Thornton's announces Hobbit collector's box for sale
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Someone not referencing you again Deagol?

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Re: Tolkien's Birmingham on BBC One
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I saw this in real time as well! Truly out of place on this truly terrible show... (it really is an awful programme; why was I watching it?...)

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Re: Castles in the Mists trip reports?
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I was gutted not to make it down this year...

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Tales Before Narnia
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"Tracking the roots of fantasy

Before there was Narnia, there was E Nesbit, Hans Christian Andersen, George MacDonald, Kenneth Grahame and others to lead the way. CS Lewis' thrilling series may have a firm grasp on our imaginations, but he had a little help with his ideas.

In Tales Before Narnia: The Roots of Modern Fantasy and Science Fiction Ballantine, $15, editor Douglas A Anderson presents the stories that inspired Lewis. A really terrific sourcebook for reading material, it is a companion book of sorts to Anderson's previous volume, Tales Before Tolkien."

http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/ci_8910044

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