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Smith of Wootton Major

(14 letters match)

1967

Mid 1967
George Allen & Unwin to Press
#1808


Press release from GA&U about Smith of Wootton Major, The Road Goes Ever On and the vinyl record The Poems and Songs of Middle-earth.
17 July 1967
Ronald Eames to Pauline Baynes
#1252


Ronald Eames of GA&U writes to Pauline Baynes. Her illustrations for Smith of Wootton Major are delightful. He is certain Tolkien will be pleased. he ag...
25 August 1967
Alina Dadlez (of GAU) to Mario Ulbaldini
#1795


Alina Dadlez writes to Mario Ubaldini offering his publisher Tolkien's next book, Smith of Wootton Major to publish in Italian. Should it prove too shor...
15 September 1967
Mario Ubaldini (Casa Editrice Astrolabio) to Alina Dadlez (George Allen and Unwin)
#1767


Tolkien's Italian publisher writes to Allen & Unwin about publishing Smith of Wootton Major, which they are interested in doing.
22 November 1967
Terry Pratchett to J.R.R. Tolkien
#986


The famed writer Terry Pratchett writes to Tolkien offering his appreciation for his writing. He notes he has "just read Smith of Wootton Major" and goe...
24 November 1967
J.R.R. Tolkien to Terry Pratchett
#1021


Terry Pratchett had written to Tolkien having just read Smith of Wootton Major (see #TCGLetter986), in Tolkien's reply he says that the two of them feel...
12 December 1967
J.R.R. Tolkien to Roger Lancelyn Green
#672
 Carpenter #299



Tolkien thanks Green for his review of Smith of Wootton Major.
14 December 1967
J.R.R. Tolkien to Rosfrith Murray
#760


Tolkien sends Rosfrith a copy of the US version of his 'small tale'. He does not state the title, but it is very likely to be Smith of Wootton Major.
21 December 1967
J.R.R. Tolkien to Elsie Honeybourne
#761


Tolkien sends Honeybourne a copy of Smith of Wootton Major and makes mention of Elsie's name, Honeybourne. He mentions her "choice of passages" and agre...
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