"The New Tolkien Companion" contains almost every known fact, name, 'foreign' word, date, and etymological allusion from Middle Earth, together with explanations of the various Elvish writing systems, and with maps, charts, and genealogical tables developed by the compiler and drawn by Kevin Reilly. Including all references to the Silmarillion, the events that set the stage for the Ring trilogy, this edition is revised and updated for a new century of Tolkien fans. 'Fascinating...for every Tolkien reader it is a must'. - "Yorkshire Post".
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British Praise for The Tolkien Companion:
"The quarrying Mr. Tyler has done in the books of our hero rivals the work of the dwarves in the mithril-mines of Moira."
"Fascinating...For every Tolkien reader it is a must."
- Yorkshire Post (UK)
When J. E. A. Tyler first wrote THE TOLKEIN COMPANION in 1974, he was Deputy Editor of the New Musical Express. Twenty-eight years later he is still a magazine writer, a satirical columnist for various Information Technology publications. He is married and lives in Sussex. Other books include THE BEATLES: AN ILLUSTRATED RECORD (1974) and I HATE ROCK AND ROLL (1983).
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Descripción Pan Books, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0330411659