Reflections on the Collects from the library of Michael H. R. Tolkien Second Impression 1966, published by The Golden Quill Press, Publishers, Francetown, New Hampshire in 1965
From the library of Michael H. R. Tolkien. With his ownership not; Michael H. R. Tolkien, Stonyhurst, September 7th 1966.
Reflections on the Collects by J. W. C. Wand. Reflections on the Collects.
Year Published: 1966. Second Impression. 182 pages.
Blue dust jacket over blue cloth.
Pages are bright and clear with no visible markings.
On several pages Michael Tolkien has underlined and marked passages that he liked.
The price-clipped dust-jacket spine shows tanning, a tear where a piece hangs loose and serious bumps and rubbing to the corners and edges.
This book belonged to Michael Hilary Reuel "Mick" Tolkien (22 October, 1920 - 27 February, 1984), who was the second son of J.R.R. and Edith Tolkien.
Michael Tolkien stayed and worked at Stonyhurst from 1965 to 1976. He lived in Woodfields, the last house on the hill. His father stayed with him there on
a number of occasions. Three to four trees were planted in the backyard on his father’s suggestion.
John William Charles Wand KCVO PC was an English Anglican bishop. He was the Archbishop of Brisbane in Australia before returning to England to become the Bishop of Bath and Wells before becoming the Bishop of London. He was the author of many theological and historical books.
An nice collectable book that belonged to Tolkien's second son Michael Tolkien.
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