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Where is Tolkien's poem, "The Mewlips" from?

White Gull

Oct 4 2007, 6:06pm

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Where is Tolkien's poem, "The Mewlips" from? Can't Post

I just read it in a collection of poems called, "Why am I Grown So Cold?" A collection of poems of the Unknowable."


Grey Havens

Oct 4 2007, 6:17pm

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The Mewlips... [In reply to] Can't Post

... or “Knocking at the Door: Lines Induced by Sensations When Waiting for an Answer at the Door of an Exalted Academic Person” was first published in the Oxford Magazine on 18 February 1937. It was later revised and included in The Adventures of Tom Bombadil in 1967. It can be found in The Tolkien Reader.

White Gull

Oct 5 2007, 12:23pm

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Thanks Diedye [In reply to] Can't Post

I really need to expand my Tolkien library!



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