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New Tolkien book to be Released
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Everyone, checkout Beren's website. There is a new Tolkien book coming out soon (edited, of course, by CT). For more info, go here: http://www.tolkienlibrary.com/press/8 ... en_book_Sigurd_Gudrun.php

Posted on: 2009/1/6 18:10


Re: Forthcoming Hilary Tolkien book
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Here are a few images from the book.
The cover, an ogre and an dog - the dog illustrates one of those moments in the book when something Hilary has written clicks in with something already published. I won't spoil it for you, I'll let you wrack your brain for Tolkien-related dogs!

A review of the book should be in the next Amon Hen.
It should be available on Amazon, but orders can be placed with ADC Books.

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Posted on: 2009/1/6 14:04


Re: On Tolkien: Interviews, Reminiscences, and Other Essays
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Amazon are still showing a publication date of 30 January for this - do we know if this is real?

- wellinghall

Posted on: 2009/1/6 7:03


Re: Yet another signed copy
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Christina and I have serious doubts about this signature. The script, even down to the blue ink, is very similar to that used in signatures recently discussed in this forum as forgeries. Beren is right, though, that the position of the signature, on the title-page of a book not by Tolkien himself, is suspicious. Also open to question is why Tolkien would have acquired a copy of Sweet’s reader published in 1946: yes, he knew Onions, and this was the first edition of Sweet revised by Onions, but by 1946 Tolkien would have had one or more editions of Sweet already as working copies, and with Michaelmas Term of that year he fully took up the duties of the Merton Professorship in which he no longer taught Anglo-Saxon.

I might mention that I’ve looked on eBay at other autographed items sold by the person offering this book, and am uncertain about some of those signatures as well.

Wayne

Posted on: 2009/1/5 19:41


Re: Yet another signed copy
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Well I'll be mailing this person to get a larger view on the signature... it seems messed up indeed, but feels very genuine to me as well. Especially the J is done very well. The only doubt (at a fast glance) is the line underneath the signature, which is not Tolkien(ish) at all. Also the position of the autograph makes me doubt very much. If this booked belonged to Tolkien he'd never would have signed there, and if it was not his own copy, why on earth would he sign it there? Still, I have to see the signature up close and do have to look up some stuff before I can give a definitive answer.

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