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Orcrist 4. 1969-70Orcrist.
Tolkien Journal.

Edited by Richard C. West.
Orc: Issue 4 1969-1970.
TJ: Vol. 4, No. 3. Whole Number 13.
University of Wisconsin J.R.R. Tolkien Society.
Madison.
ISBN: None.
Magazine.
Cover illustration by Peter Poplaski.
Hammond Page Ref.: p.354.

Notes
Includes an extract on page 7 (in Progress Report on the Variorum Tolkien by Richard C. West) from a letter to Caroline Whitman Everett previously published in The Imaginative Fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien (1957), see p.87.

Different extracts were reprinted in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien (1981) - see Letter 199. Brief extracts were also reprinted in Tolkien and the Silmarillion (1977) and Mythlore No. 45 (Spring 1986).

Also includes on page 4 (in Tolkien and Spiders by Bob Mesibob) a brief extract from a letter to Richard Lupoff first printed in Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure (1965). In the extract Tolkien denies any influence from the writings of Edgar Rice Burroughs on the creation of Shelob.

Also included is an extract from a letter first published in Tolkien Journal (Vol. 1, Issue 2). The extract is from a letter in which Tolkien relates details of the saga of the Ace Books Edition of The Lord of the Rings. See page 16 - An Ace Mystery: Did Tolkien Write His Own Retraction by Bonniejean Christensen.

 
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