The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien Topics for Discussion

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Do you have a favorite recipient of letters? Please describe why, if you can.

Which years are the majority of letters in the book from?

Who is Raynard Unwin and why is he so important?

Describe how you feel about the reality that JRR Tolkien was very talkative as well as being able to write a great deal.

Agree or disagree with the statement: JRR Tolkien was a wizard in real life. You may describe the accuracy or inaccuracy of this statement in a matter of degree.

What is the relevance of death to Elves and Humans. Please use contrast in your explanation.

Which do you think is more important: a) the author's work with real languages including Anglo-Saxon, and Middle English, and Gothic, b) his work with pretend languages including Elven or c) both are equally significant but not necessarily for the exact same reason? Give...

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