Book Reviews Lewis makes this point himself in his "Rejoinder" to another fellow Christian, W. Norman Pittenger, Christian Century 75 (November 26, 1958): 1359-61. In the fall of 2008, there appeared an expanded version of the omnibus of Tolkien's shorter works, Tales from the Perilous Realm, which was originally published in 1997. It now includes Roverandom, Farmer Giles of Ham, The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, Smith of Wootton Major, "Leaf by Niggle," and, as an appendix, "On Fairy-stories." There are illustrations and an "Afterword" by Alan Lee, and an "Introduction" by Tom Shippey. The UK edition, published in hardcover by HarperCollins (Price £18.99 ISBN 9780007257546) is taller than the US edition from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Price $28.00 ISBN 9780547154114), and the colored illustration by Alan Lee on the endpapers appears only in the UK edition. Tolkien's Gedling 1914: The Birth of a Legend, by Andrew H. Morton and John Hayes, is a slim trade paperback publication from Brewin Books. It primarily concerns Tolkien's Aunt Jane and her Phoenix Farm in Gedling, near Nottingham, which Tolkien visited in September 1914, when he wrote the poem about Earendel that was the germ of his invented mythology. Price £9.95 ISBN 9781858584232.
Tolkien Studies – West Virginia University Press
Published: Jun 14, 2009
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