In the beginning ...
The labors of Christopher Tolkien in his father's archive have been as dynastic and subterranean as the delvings of the dwarves in the Mines of Moria. He was bred for the task, in a sense. It was Christopher, the third son of the author of "The Lord of the Rings," who on cold evenings in Oxford, England, in the early ... (Full article: 849 words)
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