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Prince George of Ham

"Drawing on J.R.R. Tolkien’s projected, but unfinished sequel to “Farmer Giles of Ham,” Nicholas J. Perry has crafted the tale of Prince George’s adventures with consummate skill and artistry, matching style, tone, and language closely to the original short story. Fans will be delighted by Georgie, son of Giles, and his squire, Suet, and by the return of Augustus Bonifacius Et Cetera and Chrysophylax Dives, the dragon with a good sense of the market price for treasure. The tale originally appeared in Minas Tirith Evening-Star, Journal of the American Tolkien Society as a serial, and is here collected in a special edition by the Society, with the kind permission of the author." (From an American Tolkien Society catalog)

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