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A Chronological Bibliography of the Writings of J. Tolkien. compiled by Еke Bertenstam. 10th edition (August 2015).
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The aim of the chronological bibliography given below is to give a complete record of Professor J. Tolkien's published writings: books, contributions to books, and contributions to periodicals. Some exceptions have had to be made to this stated intent, mainly for practical reasons. Thus the categories given below have been excluded.
Letters. Apart from Letters itself only the few letters to editors of publications that were published during Tolkien's lifetime have been listed (see the letters published in The Observer. Catholic Herald.
Triode. and Daily Telegraph ). For a record of Tolkien's published letters, in whole or in extract, I refer to Hammond 1993. section Dii, supplemented by further notes in The Tolkien Collector (see for example no. 6, 1993, p. 26 concerning a letter about Tolkien's views about Esperanto). Illustrations and art.
Only editions of Tolkien's illustrations (i. Pictures and the volumes edited by Wayne Hammons and Christina Scull) as well as Wayne Hammond & Christina Scull: J.
Tolkien: Artist & Illustrator have been given, the latter on the strength that apart from reproducing a large number of Tolkien's pictures it also quotes some unpublished writings such as an essay on dragons. This means that all calendars, postcards, posters etc. have been omitted. For information about these I again refer to Hammond 1993.
section E. Manuscript pages and miscellaneous writings. In recent years there have appeared several articles giving facsimiles of manuscript pages and/or quotes from unpublished texts, especially in linguistic studies. These have not been recorded below, except in cases when the full text of a manuscript has been given, such as in the case of "Narqelion".
Some of these can be found in Hammond 1993. section F, supplemented by notes in The Tolkien Collector. Reprints. Generally speaking only the first appearance of a work has been noted. I have, however, reported when revised versions of a text have been published as well as cases when a reprint is far more easily found than the first printing. Collections of Tolkien's texts have been listed, however, even in the cases when they consist entirely of writings published previously, but not other anthologies.
For information concerning reissues, new editions etc. I refer to my own Tolkien bibliography (see Jцnsson 1983 ) and supplements to it (see Jцnsson 1986. Bertenstam 1988. 1990 and 1994 ), published in the annual Arda. Lastly it might be noted that, even if exact publishing dates for the vast majority of the publications listed below can be ascertained (largely through information taken from Hammond 1993 ), I have preferred to give the works in alphabetical order within each year rather than in chronological order. Introductory note to the 8th edition (2014).
After a hiatus of some eleven years this bibliography has finally seen a much needed and long overdue update. Apart for adding some 25 new entries for the period 2004-2014 numerous old entries have been revised, especially those concerned with the new edition from 2014 of The Adventures of Tom Bombadil.
Among the books added to this edition is The Art of The Hobbit (edited by Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull). This has been listed as it contains reproductions of illustrations not included in Pictures or Wayne Hammond & Christina Scull: J. Tolkien: Artist & Illustrator. It should perhaps also be noted that I have postponed adding some books for further consideration.
These include books with quotes from unpublished academic writings by Tolkien such as The Keys of Middle-earth by Stuart D. Lee and Elizabeth Solopova. Finally it might be noted that even if I have added the 2005 edition of Tom Shippey's The Road to Middle-earth to the list of sources no page references for this edition have so far been given to the reprints of poems from Songs for the Philologists. A few corrections of this document were made on 29th December 2014, among them giving the correct page information for "Tha Eadigan Saelidan" in A Northern Venture. Introductory note to the 9th edition (July 2015).
This new edition lists the contents of the latest volume of Parma Eldalamberon and also notes the publishing of an abbreviated version of John D. Rateliff's A History of The Hobbit as well as correcting the entry for the 1966 version of Tolkien's translation of "The Book of Jonah". In the Introductory note to the 8th edition I noted that some books had been postponed pending further consideration. These still remain so.
To this list could be added the pocket edition of Smith of Wootton Major. edited by Verlyn Flieger and published in February 2015. As I do not yet have been able to check a copy of this I do not know if this differs in any way from her previous edition of the book published in 2005, which would merit the new edition being noted. Forthcoming books.
Introductory note to the 10th edition (August 2015). As noted above I was uncertain in July 2015 concerning the contents of the new edition of The Story of Kullervo. edited by Verlyn Flieger.
Thus I have hastened to update this bibliography once this book has been published. In the end the edition of "The Story of Kullervo" proved to be largely unchanged from the version already published in Tolkien Studies (according to Verlyn Flieger's Foreword, p. vii, this has meant for her an "opportunity to refine my first transcription of the manuscript, restore inadvertent omissions, emend conjectural readings, and correct typos that found their way into print").
The editorial apparatus has been extended with a new Introduction (pp. ix-xxiii), partly based on the much briefer one in Tolkien Studies (pp. 211-214) while the concluding essay, "Tolkien, Kalevala. and 'The Story of Kullervo'" (pp.
133-163) is reprinted from Verlyn Flieger's collection Green Suns and Faërie: Essays on J. Tolkien (2012). The book-length edition also adds five facsimiles from Tolkien's manuscripts as well as a painting by Tolkien, "The Land of Pohja" (in two versions). "Debating Society [Report]". In King Edward's School Chronicle.
Birmingham, N. vol. 25, no.
183 (November 1910), pp. 68-71.
"Debating Society [Report]". In King Edward's School Chronicle. Birmingham, N. vol. 25, no.
184 (December 1910), pp. 94-95. "Acta Senatus".
In King Edward's School Chronicle. Birmingham, N.
vol. 26, no. 186 (March 1911), pp. 26-27.
Unsigned report in Latin. "The Battle of the Eastern Fields".
In King Edward's School Chronicle. Birmingham, N. vol.
26, no. 186 (March 1911), pp. 22-26. Poem. Reprinted in Mallorn.
no. 12 (1978), pp. 24-28. "Debating Society [Report]".
In King Edward's School Chronicle. Birmingham, N. vol. 26, no. 185 (February 1911), pp.
5-9. "Debating Society [Report]". In King Edward's School Chronicle.
Birmingham, N. vol. 26, no. 187 (June 1911), pp. 42-45. "Editorial".
vol. 26, no. 187 (June 1911), pp. -34. "Editorial".
26, no. 188 (July 1911), pp.
-54. "From the many-willow'd margin of the immemorial Thames".
In The Stapeldon Magazine. Oxford, vol. 4, no. 20 (December 1913), p.