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== History ==
 
== History ==
Titmass was a well-known historian of the [[wikipedia:20th century|20th century]] [[Oxford]]. When Mr. [[Howard Green]], the school clerk of the [[wikipedia:Examination Schools|Examination Schools]] in Oxford found the [[Notion Club Papers]] in the basement of the said school, Titmass was the one who had shown that the name of [[Nicholas Guildford]], the reporter of the Club, was certainly a fictitious name and derived from a medieval dialogue at one time read in the Schools of Oxford.<ref name="Foreword">{{SD|2b}}</ref>
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Titmass was a well-known historian of the [[wikipedia:20th century|20th century]] [[Oxford]]. When Mr. [[Howard Green]], the school clerk of the [[wikipedia:Examination Schools|Examination Schools]] in Oxford found the [[Notion Club Papers]] in the basement of the said school, Titmass was the one who had shown that the name of [[Nicholas Guildford]], the reporter of the Club, was certainly a fictitious name and derived from a medieval dialogue at one time read in the Schools of Oxford (''[[wikipedia:The Owl and the Nightingale|The Owl and the Nightingale]]'')<ref name="Foreword">{{SD|2b}}</ref>
  
 
He later informed Green that he couldn't find any record in the [[1940]]'s of the names given in the Papers, so that Green assumed that if any such club existed at that period, the names would have to be pseudonyms.<ref name="Foreword"/>
 
He later informed Green that he couldn't find any record in the [[1940]]'s of the names given in the Papers, so that Green assumed that if any such club existed at that period, the names would have to be pseudonyms.<ref name="Foreword"/>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:32, 8 May 2020

J.R. Titmass
Man
Biographical Information
PositionHistorian
LocationOxford
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description
GenderMale

J.R. Titmass was a Man living in the 21st century Britain.

[edit] History

Titmass was a well-known historian of the 20th century Oxford. When Mr. Howard Green, the school clerk of the Examination Schools in Oxford found the Notion Club Papers in the basement of the said school, Titmass was the one who had shown that the name of Nicholas Guildford, the reporter of the Club, was certainly a fictitious name and derived from a medieval dialogue at one time read in the Schools of Oxford (The Owl and the Nightingale)[1]

He later informed Green that he couldn't find any record in the 1940's of the names given in the Papers, so that Green assumed that if any such club existed at that period, the names would have to be pseudonyms.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Sauron Defeated, "Part Two: The Notion Club Papers: Foreword and List of Members"