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About this book
Near fine book in near fine dust jacket, inscribed by C.S. Kilby to the Zubers.

About this edition
Kilby spent a summer working with Tolkien on the manuscript of The Silmarillion. In this book he describes that time. He builds up a fascinating portrait of Professor Tolkien, his work as a Christian writer, and his friendship with C.S. Lewis, C. Williams and the rest of ‘The Inklings’.

About The Silmarillion
The Silmarillion is a published collection of J.R.R. Tolkien’s works, edited and released posthumously by his son and literary executor, Christopher Tolkien, with the assistance of fantasy fiction writer Guy Gavriel Kay.

It is the primary source for Middle-earth’s history of the world of Arda from the birth of Eä to the end of the Third Age.

J.R.R. Tolkien in Letter 131 to Milton Waldman: “The Silmarillion is the history of the War of the Exiled Elves against the Enemy, which all takes place in the North-west of the world (Middle-earth). Several tales of victory and tragedy are caught up in it; but it ends with catastrophe, and the passing of the Ancient World.”

Tolkien and The Silmarillion 1976 Inscribed

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C. Kilby
Howard Shaw Publishers
1976
ISBN 0-87788-816-7
Hardback with dust jacket
Inscribed by C.S. Kilby to the Zubers
NF / NF

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$ 150 USD

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Tolkien and The Silmarillion 1976 Inscribed

Details

C. Kilby
Howard Shaw Publishers
1976
ISBN 0-87788-816-7
Hardback with dust jacket
Inscribed by C.S. Kilby to the Zubers
NF / NF

Store closed
Purchases paused until 23 July.
Price

$ 150 USD

1 in stock

Visa Mastercard American Express PayPal Diners Club Discover
Description

About this book
Near fine book in near fine dust jacket, inscribed by C.S. Kilby to the Zubers.

About this edition
Kilby spent a summer working with Tolkien on the manuscript of The Silmarillion. In this book he describes that time. He builds up a fascinating portrait of Professor Tolkien, his work as a Christian writer, and his friendship with C.S. Lewis, C. Williams and the rest of ‘The Inklings’.

About The Silmarillion
The Silmarillion is a published collection of J.R.R. Tolkien’s works, edited and released posthumously by his son and literary executor, Christopher Tolkien, with the assistance of fantasy fiction writer Guy Gavriel Kay.

It is the primary source for Middle-earth’s history of the world of Arda from the birth of Eä to the end of the Third Age.

J.R.R. Tolkien in Letter 131 to Milton Waldman: “The Silmarillion is the history of the War of the Exiled Elves against the Enemy, which all takes place in the North-west of the world (Middle-earth). Several tales of victory and tragedy are caught up in it; but it ends with catastrophe, and the passing of the Ancient World.”

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