Tolkien Collector's Guide
Sign In
Tolkien Collector's Guide
Important links:

Guide to Tolkien's Letters
-
Winner of the 2019 Tolkien Society award for Best Website

Back

The History of Middle-earth: Vol. 05 - The Lost Road and Other Writings

by J. R. R. Tolkien, ed. Christopher Tolkien


9780261102255

From the Back Cover

At the end of 1937, J.R.R Tolkien reluctantly set aside his work on the myths and heroic legends of Valinor and Middle-earth and began The Lord of the Rings.

This fifth volume of The History of Middle-earth completes the examination of his writing up to that time. Later forms of The Annals of Valinor and The Annals of Beleriand had been composed, The Silmarillion was nearing completion in a greatly amplified form, and a new Map had been made. The legend of the Downfall of Numenor had entered the work, including those central ideas: the World Made Round and the Straight Path into the vanished West. Closely associated with this was the abandoned 'time-travel' story The Lost Road, linking the world of Numenor and Middle-earth with the legends of many other times and peoples.

Also included in this volume is The Lhammas, as essay on the complex languages and dialects of Middle-earth, and an 'etymological dictionary' containing an extensive account of Elvish vocabularies.

Files

This site uses affiliate links for which we may be compensated

The Lost Road and Other Writings (UK Edition)

HarperCollins (1992)


£10.99 HarperCollins (Paperback) - Availability: Click to check
£9.99 Blackwell's (paperback) - Availability: Usually dispatched within 10 days
$8.55 Biblio (Paperback) - Availability: Click to check
$20.09 Amazon.com (Paperback) - Availability: Now
£9.99 Amazon.co.uk (Paperback) - Availability: Now
€19.99 Amazon.de (Taschenbuch) - Availability: Now
$8.55 AbeBooks - Availability: Click to check
£7.99 eBay UK - Availability: Click to check
References
Carpenter #295a: Letter from J.R.R. Tolkien to Donald Swann • 12 April 1967 (#977), Tolkien and Donald Swann's correspondence formed part of the production work on what eventually became the Road Goes Ever On.
(edit info)
Jump to Last
All original content ©2024 by the submitting authors. Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Contact Us