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Re: typo/misprint in foreword of "Sauron Defeated"
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My 1st impression of the paperback (Harper Collins 1993) has me.

Posted on: 2011/10/27 11:15


Re: UK Book of Lost Tales (Part One), Hardcover 1st Printing
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My copy does not have this print error.

Posted on: 2011/10/7 11:58


Re: The Oxford Book of Greek Verse in Translation
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I have a 1942 edition (which has the same acknowledgement to Tolkien quoted by Beren) and states

First Published January 1938
Reprinted February 1938, April 1938
1942

That suggests (as Beren says) that 1944 would be at least a 5th printing.

Posted on: 2011/4/20 15:43


Re: Lucky finds
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Very impressive, laurel.

I have a matching Silmarillion but am still waiting (in vain, possibly) to find a matching Hobbit at a bargain price.

Posted on: 2011/3/22 14:41


Re: "Introduction to Elder Edda" by Tolkien?
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Someone's invention which does not exist, in my opinion. The Auden Taylor books are familiar to me and include items also covered by Tolkien in his Sigurd and Gudrun but Tolkien's versions have never been published until recently.

Posted on: 2011/3/6 7:20



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