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There were most likely three impressions made, the first in 1915 and the second and third being in 1916, although evidence of the third being produced is skeptical.
 
There were most likely three impressions made, the first in 1915 and the second and third being in 1916, although evidence of the third being produced is skeptical.
 
*Note: Oxford Poetry 1915 also contains verse by [[Naomi Mitchison]], who would later become a devotee of Tolkien's works.
 
  
 
==Oxford Poetry 1915 (Paperback)==
 
==Oxford Poetry 1915 (Paperback)==
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There were most likely three impressions made, the first in 1915 and the second and third being in 1916, although evidence of the third being produced is skeptical.
 
There were most likely three impressions made, the first in 1915 and the second and third being in 1916, although evidence of the third being produced is skeptical.
 
*Note: Oxford Poetry 1915 also contains verse by [[Naomi Mitchison]], who would later become a devotee of Tolkien's works.
 
  
 
==Oxford Poetry 1914-1916==
 
==Oxford Poetry 1914-1916==
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This book contains the poem '[[Goblin Feet]]' (p. 120).
 
This book contains the poem '[[Goblin Feet]]' (p. 120).
 
*Note: Oxford Poetry 1914-1916 also contains verse by [[Naomi Mitchison]], who would later become a devotee of Tolkien's works.
 
  
 
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