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By Charles Reasoner

Brimming with vibrant colours, playful illustrations and photographs,
and basic textual content Little Birdie Board Books are the correct first books for little fingers and little minds. Your baby will love studying new phrases, numbers, animal names, and masses extra with those fabulous little books.

This is a bilingual version in Spanish and English.

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The Two Towers, came on November 1 in England. In the United States, the publisher Houghton Mifflin published The Fellowship of the Ring on October 21, 1954, and The Two Towers on April 21, 1955. The reception of the first two parts was somewhat restrained in both England and the United States. The literary critics were exceedingly divided and expressed both glowing praise and definite repudiation. They were either full of enthusiasm or rather fierce in their devastatingly negative criticism.

Tolkien (1981) with the participation of Christopher Tolkien. I had the pleasure of meeting Humphrey Carpenter in the summer of 2003, the year before his death. We sat in the pub called “The King´s Arms” in Holywell Street opposite the Bodleian Library and went through many of the unsolved questions related to the authorship of Tolkien. We eagerly discussed the latest works about Tolkien, published during the last few years. Carpenter had just reviewed John Garth´s valuable new book on Tolkien and the war years, Tolkien and the Great War (2003).

It is a modernization or alteration (N[ew] E[nglish] D[ictionary] ‘a perversion’) of an old word for the inhabited world of Men, the oikoumene: middle because thought of vaguely as set amidst the encircling Seas and (in the northern-imagination) between ice of the North and the fire of the South. English middan-geard, mediæval E. middenerd, middle-erd. Many reviewers seem to assume that Middle-earth is another planet! Finally, in 1968, when writing a long commentary to Charlotte and Denis Plimmer (Letter 294), who had just interviewed him for the Daily Telegraph, Tolkien adds important points regarding the location of Middle-earth: This is an old word, not invented by me, as reference to a dictionary such as the Shorter Oxford will show.

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