A Tolkien Bestiary

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Ballantine Books, 1979 - Literary Criticism - 287 pages
31 Reviews
Presents illustrated definitions in alphabetical order of all the imaginary beasts, monsters, races, nations, duties, fauna, and flora of the worlds of middle-earth and the Undying Lands. Also includes a map and a chronology of allthe ages.

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A nice quick reference guide to the world of tolkien - Goodreads
Full of fantastic artwork too. - Goodreads
The pictures are great, too. - Goodreads
This is a great reference book. - Goodreads
... the illustrations alone are worth buying it. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Marko Vasić - Goodreads

Fascinating <3 Small Tolkien's vocabulary or handbook for better understanding the Middle-Earth characters, landscapes and realms. Never gets tedious and the one should read it every month or so. Read full review

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User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

That brief, shinning moment - when a neighbor gives permission for you to peruse their library, when you should be helping them dust and shift trash. Always take it, never can tell what you may find ... Read full review

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Contents

AUTHORS PREFACE
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A BESTIARY OF THE BEASTS
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GENEALOGIES OF THE RACES AND 277
61
Copyright

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About the author (1979)

David Day has written widely on the Second World War and Australian history, and is the author of Reluctant Nation (OUPA, 1992) and The Great Betrayal (OUPA, 1988).