The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien - Chapter 4, To Unwin about The Hobbit Summary & Analysis

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The letters selected for this compilation have been very intentionally chosen because they directly refer to the literary works for which the author is most famous. As such, they are more relevant to the readers. Also, they leave out extraneous materials and anything that might even vaguely resemble infringements upon personal privacy. In Letter #128 the author writes that he has been considering whether or not to make a specific alteration to chapter 5 of a book. He explains that if he does so, the book will be better designed for him to write a sequel of it. In the following Letter #129, he begins by asserting that he has made this change and as a result this is rather final.

Letter#130 reveals the very underpinnings and essence of this literary professor. He graciously thanks the recipient, Milton...

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