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Father Christmas Letters
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Prompted by issue 33 of The Tolkien Collector, I got down my 2012 copy of The Father Christmas Letters, and noted that it says, "This paperback edition // 2012." The only problem is that it says this in a hardback edition ...

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wellinghall wrote:
Prompted by issue 33 of The Tolkien Collector, I got down my 2012 copy of The Father Christmas Letters, and noted that it says, "This paperback edition // 2012." The only problem is that it says this in a hardback edition ...

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Yeah, I noticed this when it came out. Have checked every copy I have seen in the stores, and they all seem to have this mistake.

http://www.tolkienguide.com/modules/n ... t_id=10941#forumpost10941

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I'm planning on gifting myself a copy of this book (finally!) this Christmas There are quite a few versions out there though - so I wanted to ask whether this is any post/page that does a comparison of the differences, or identifies what might be a "definitive" edition?

Edit: I found this: https://wayneandchristina.wordpress.co ... ther-christmas-letters-4/

So I suppose there really is no definitive edition as yet. The latest 2012 edition will have to do.

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