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The Lost Road and Other Writings is the fifth of the twelve volume series, History of Middle-Earth, published in 1987 by Christopher Tolkien. It consists of unpublished writings by his father, the famous novelist and philologist, J.R.R. Tolkien. It is comprised of an early copy of the Silmarillion stories written between late 1937 and late 1938. At this time, the elder Tolkien put the writings aside to focus on The Lord of the Rings, only to return to the Silmarillion much later. The book is covered in comments by Christopher Tolkien on the nature of the manuscripts, including information about differences between manuscripts and biographical information of interest.
The Lost Road and Other Writings is composed of four parts, which run as follows: Part One: The Fall of Numenor and the Lost Road contains the texts "The Downfall of Numenor" and "The Lost Road". Both of these texts discuss the... View more of the The Lost Road and Other Writings: Language and Legend Before 'the Lord of... Summary
The Lost Road and Other Writings: Language and Legend Before 'the Lord of... Lesson Plans contain 122 pages of teaching material, including: