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TCG Letter #257 / Carpenter Letter #111

J.R.R. Tolkien
Stanley Unwin
21 September 1947
Tolkien stated that he had written a letter to Unwin on the last day of July but had laid it aside since it seemed too much of a bother about his works.

He had mainly devoted his time to philology as he had a colleague from Liege with whom he had done research before the war and who stayed with him while they prepared their work for press.

In between research and journey he had tried to squeeze in revising Book II of The Lord of the Rings. He was sending this material under a separate cover for Rayner and Stanley to critique.
The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien (1981), p. 124, p. 441 (Carpenter note)
Error in hardcover and Kindle editions: Liege > Liège p. 178. or Chapter II > of Chapter II p. 178.
Cartas de J.R.R. Tolkien, p. 190, p. 629 (notas de Carpenter)

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