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Re: Tolkien's Gedling
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I shall certainly be checking the book out, Dior - I know the area, having family there, as well as having the Tolkien interest. I will report back!

Posted on: 2008/2/10 3:44


Re: Tolkien's Gedling
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Could be some interesting information about Jane Neave in the book.

I hope that the author doesn't make too many unfounded conclusions though.

I might have to check it out when it gets published

Thanks Wellinghall

Dior

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Tolkien's Gedling
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I read in the "Nottingham Evening Post" that "Tolkein's Gedling 1914" will be published by Brewin March, at £9.99. Here's a link to the article:
http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/dis ... ch&formname=sidebarsearch

I don't see it on the publisher's website yet, though:
http://www.brewinbooks.com/listing.htm

- but I have contacted them to ask for more details.

Posted on: 2008/2/10 3:08


Re: amazon.com has Tolkien Studies on sale
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It's going to have, "Chaucer as a philologist: The Reeve's Tale."

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[Rowns] David Miller; yes, okay, we've heard of him (sure I'd probably noted that particular ebay=seller somewhere!) -thanks for that. [Deagol] Thanks. One of 250 (preceded by the lettered copies of course) very much the 1rst appearance then; with one of 100 the likely 2nd (or 3rd) run.

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