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The Times Literary Supplement 14 September 2012

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'''''The Times Literary Supplement'' 14 September 2012''' (published online on 12 September 2012) is an issue of ''[[Wikipedia:The Times Literary Supplement|The Times Literary Supplement]]''. The journal includes the article "A vision of Middle-earth: Mary Fairburn — Tolkien illustrator" by Paul Tankard, about the artist Mary Fairburn and her illustrations inspired by [[Middle-earth]]. Fairburn corresponded with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], who considered her pictures to be "splendid".
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'''''The Times Literary Supplement'' 14 September 2012''' (published online on 12 September 2012) is an issue of ''[[Wikipedia:The Times Literary Supplement|The Times Literary Supplement]]''. The journal includes the article "A vision of Middle-earth: Mary Fairburn — Tolkien illustrator" by Paul Tankard, about the artist [[Mary Fairburn]] and her illustrations inspired by [[Middle-earth]]. Fairburn corresponded with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], who considered her pictures to be "splendid".
  
 
In the article, Tankard provides several quotations from formerly [[Letters not published in "The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien"|unpublished letters by Tolkien]]:
 
In the article, Tankard provides several quotations from formerly [[Letters not published in "The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien"|unpublished letters by Tolkien]]:

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The Times Literary Supplement
The Times Literary Supplement 14 September 2012.jpg
PublisherLondon: The Times Literary Supplement Limited
Released14 September 2012
FormatMagazine
Pages32
ISSN0307661

The Times Literary Supplement 14 September 2012 (published online on 12 September 2012) is an issue of The Times Literary Supplement. The journal includes the article "A vision of Middle-earth: Mary Fairburn — Tolkien illustrator" by Paul Tankard, about the artist Mary Fairburn and her illustrations inspired by Middle-earth. Fairburn corresponded with J.R.R. Tolkien, who considered her pictures to be "splendid".

In the article, Tankard provides several quotations from formerly unpublished letters by Tolkien:

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