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Proceedings of the Centenary Conference. 1995Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference, Oxford, 1992
Edited by Patricia Reynolds and Glen Goodnight
Mallorn - Issue 33, 1995
The Tolkien Society
Milton Keynes
ISSN 0308-6674 / ISBN 0905520092
Hardback in dustwrapper
Dragon cover design by Marian Haas
Hammond Page Ref.: None

Earlier bound copies omit the word Tolkien from the title on the upper board of the binding. Later copies were issued without a dustwrapper.

New or uncommon material includes:

  1. At the Wordface: Tolkien's Work on the OED by Peter M. Gulliver reproduces a number of Tolkien's manuscript notes in facsimile, quoting from them and others.
  2. The Growth of Grammar in the Elven Tongues by Christopher Gilson and Patrick Wynne includes the chart of declensions of Quenya nouns sent by Tolkien to Richard Plotz in 1966/7 - The Plotz Declension.
  3. A Mythology for England by Carl Hostetter and Arden Smith includes variant citations from the Qenya Lexicon and the Gnomish Lexicon - taken from correspondence with Christopher Tolkien.
  4. Tolkien's Exceptional Visit to Holland: A Reconstruction by René van Rossenberg reproduces an inscribed copy of FotR and part of a letter to Cees Ouboter in addition to several quotes attributed to Tolkien.

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