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#1 Super Deluxe Children of Hurin for sale
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Hello everyone

I was lucky enough to acquire copy number 1 of the super deluxe edition of "Children of Hurin". I could be persuaded to sell this, for the right price.

If you're interested before it goes on eBay, please drop me a line, to:
andrew at avro707 dot force9 dot co dot uk, saying how much you would be prepared to pay before p&p (which I will charge at cost). If we can find some way to do it without PayPal or bank charges, I'll be all the happier.

Thanks

wellinghall

Posted on: 2008/4/20 4:12


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Hi folks

I've just put up more than twenty books about Tolkien (and one by him - the Children of Hurin) on eBay. There's nothing really special there, but there are a few less common books. My seller ID is also wellinghall.

Cheers

wellinghall

Posted on: 2008/4/13 8:04


Re: Castles in the Mists trip reports?
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We haven't made it yet - the perils of not having a car! But we'll go one year.

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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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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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