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I saw a review for "Black and White Ogre Country: The lost tales of Hilary Tolkien" in the paper the other day. Looks interesting!

http://www.tolkienbooks.net/?p=121

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Al, here's a review from the Daily Mail. Might this have been what you saw?

Simple tales that reveal Tolkien's inspiration

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When all the scholarly analyses of his older brother's work have subsided into academic oblivion, these simple tales and observations may stand as a truly enlightening glimpse into the nature of Ronald Tolkien's inspiration.

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Thats the one, yeah.

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Yeah, I saw that a couple of weeks ago in my paper, too. :)

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So, has anyone read this book? Is it worth picking up?

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I've not read it, but I have heard pretty good things about it.

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