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"I am afraid, if you will need drawings of hobbits in various attitudes, I must leave it in the hands of someone who can draw," (p. 35).

"After that I told him that 'accent' sounded to me like English after being wiped over with a dirty sponge," (p.69).

"[Allen & Unwin expressed enthusiasm for Farmer Giles of Ham, but asked if Tolkien could provide other stories to make up a sufficiently large volume.]...I am shortly moving to a small house...and so hoping to solve the intolerable domestic problems which thieve so much of the little time that is left over," (p. 119).

"The Third Age is concerned mainly with the Ring," (p. 157).

"I had great difficulty (it took several years) to get my story published, and it is not easy to say who is most surprised at the result: myself or the publishers!" (p. 209).

"185 From a Letter to Christopher and...

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