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Re: Books for sale
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Four gone already ... any more takers?

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Posted on: Yesterday 7:36:58


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I need to make more shelf space, so I will reluctantly have to get rid of these. I won't get round to putting them on eBay for a while - before I do, I'll put a summary list here, and consider all reasonable offers -

John G West (ed): The Lord of the Rings as a Defense of Western Civilization
Catharine R Stimpson: JRR Tolkien
Bruce Palmer: Of Orc-Rags, Phials, & A Far Shore
David Harvey: The Song of Middle-earth hb
Bill Green : Tolkien: Master of Fantasy ex lib
Robert Giddings / Elizabeth Holland: JRR Tolkien: The Shores of Middle-earth
Harold Bloom ed: JRR Tolkien: Modern Critical View hb
Heidi Steimel & Friedhelm Schneidewind: Music in Middle-earth
Alex Lewis and Elizabeth Currie: The Foraaken Realm of Tolkien; The Epic Realm of Tolkien; The Uncharted Realms of Tolkien
Ruth S Noel: The Mythology of Tolkien's Middle-earth
Kathryn F Crabbe: JRR Tolkien hb
Robley Evans: JRR Tolkien: Writers for the 70s
Colin Duriez: The Tolkien and Middle-earth Handbook
Ian Brodie: The Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook
CN Manlove: Modern Fantasy: Five Studies hb ex lib
Liam Campbell: The Ecological Augury in the Works of JRR Tolkien
Edmund Fuller: Books with men behind them hb

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Edited by wellinghall on 2014/8/29 23:57:39
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Re: UK GA&U hardback Hobbit 3rd Edition 7th Impression 1972
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Trotter, I agree; nineteen (if I count right) copies of the Silmarillion isn't healthy for them. They are herd creatures, and like to associate with each other; if you only have nineteen, they might feel lonely.

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Posted on: 8/24 4:07:50


Re: Any guesses as to what this was for in 2nd edition UK Hobbits?
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Yes, that would be my guess.

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Posted on: 8/2 10:08:46


Re: New Book Releases
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Ah, thanks, Trotter - I had missed those.

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