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Re: UK HOME Hardback Reissues
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This will be an expensive set of books and I'd like to know before purchasing if they plan to bring out a box-set as I'd rather buy that than the individual books. Trotter


What kind of horrific boxset would it be, with 12 volumes? *chuckle* Khamul


Something like this from David Miller and no way is it horrific.

http://www.tolkienbookshelf.com/?page ... 6653512ecb0e4404f50efc49b

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Re: What do people think of this item
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Incidentally Trotter, you selling your other copies? BH


A bit of confusion here, two items mentioned in this thread

The first was a lovely signed 1963 Deluxe LOTR which was to be sold at auction this week but it was unsold and anyway far out of my price range. I only have one battered unsigned set of these books so am not selling them.

The second was the C.T.Onions book with a letter from Tolkien in it (that was the item that I bought).

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Re: What do people think of this item
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Can't afford to buy this, but I'll hopefully be able to go and have a look at it on Tuesday.
My copies also looked the same as these, sadly that was in 1963 not 2010.
-Trotter 3rd July


I decided myself that my doubts were wrong and I bought the item.
-Trotter 5th July


Incidentally Trotter, you selling your other copies?

BH

Posted on: 2010/7/8 14:18
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So, I believe some of the folks that post here are affiliated with the Tolkien society. I went to order a back issue of Mallorn for an article I'm working on and realized the link for back issues is broken: http://www.tolkiensociety.org/ts_info/mallorn.html

Does anyone know anywhere else to purchase back issues of Mallorn?

I'm trying to track down John Rateliff's article "Gríma the Wormtongue: Tolkien and His Sources" in Mallorn 25 (September 1988).

I may just have to use ILL.

Any help would be much appreciated.

e-mail: jblong(at)apu.edu

Josh

Posted on: 2010/7/7 21:24



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