J. R. R. Tolkien: A Biography - Part 2, Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 4-7 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4 is titled "T.C., B.S., Etc." Father Francis was still angry with Ronald for deceiving him regarding the relationship of Edith. Even after a few weeks without Edith Ronald was often depressed and morbid. On Easter Father Francis permitted Tolkien to write to Edith. Ronald learned that Edity was happy in her new home at Cheltenham and this both pleased and dismayed Ronald.

Without Edith, Ronald focused his entire life around school at King Edward's. Eventually he formed a group with several other boys, including Christopher Wiseman, R.Q. Gilson, George Bache Smith and several others. The group was unofficially named the "Tea Club." The group routinely met in the library and exchanged their love of literature and music. Tolkien was prone to recite from symbol of his favorite works including "Sir Gawain and the...

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