The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien - Chapter 11, To Anne Barrett of Houghton Mifflin Co. Summary & Analysis

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The first letter of this batch is only dated by the year 1956, and is numbered 182. It occurs on page 237 of the text. This is as it appears to be: this woman works for the publishing company referred to during the time that she received this letter. The letter is brief and shows that he has matured a great deal. He reports that he is now the Senior Professor in the department of the university where he works. He shows that he thinks it might be better met with now because he is more famous as an author. He is still functional as a professor and as a father and husband. The next letter is to WH Auden. It is written in response to a review of The Return of the King...

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