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Hans-Jörg Modlmayr 1 March 1967

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Hans-Jörg Modlmayr 1 March 1967 is a letter from J.R.R. Tolkien to Hans-Jörg Modlmayr, written on 1 March 1967.[1]

  • Subject: Discussion of German translations of Tolkien's works.
  • Publication: A quote from the letter appeared in the auction catalogue J.A. Stargardt Katalog 698.

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"... Excuse my delay in replying, I have been somewhat overwhelmed with work and domestic troubles. In the circumstances I felt it necessary to send your letter to the Foreign Rights Department of Allen & Unwin, who deal with all matters of translation for me. I should, of course, be particularly pleased to have a German translation, and I believe that disussions are proceeding between Allen & Unwin and German publishers. I have the translation of The Hobbit (Paulus Verlag) ..."

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  1. "Tolkien letter in Berlin auction" , Tolkien Collector's Guide (accessed 01 June 2012)