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[[Christopher Tolkien]] describes here the relations between the texts published in previous volumes of ''[[The History of Middle-earth]]'' (specially in ''[[The Shaping of Middle-earth]]'') and those presented in this section, which shows the state of the [[legendarium]] in the time when the first draft of ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' had just been written.
 
[[Christopher Tolkien]] describes here the relations between the texts published in previous volumes of ''[[The History of Middle-earth]]'' (specially in ''[[The Shaping of Middle-earth]]'') and those presented in this section, which shows the state of the [[legendarium]] in the time when the first draft of ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' had just been written.
  
#''[[Ainulindalë (Lost Road)|Ainulindalë]]'', a new retelling of the [[The Book of Lost Tales Part One|Lost Tale]] of "[[The Music of the Ainur]]" as a separated work.
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#''[[Ainulindalë (Lost Road)|Ainulindalë]]'', a new retelling of the [[The Book of Lost Tales Part One
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|Lost Tale]] of "[[The Music of the Ainur]]".
 
#''[[The Later Annals of Valinor]]'', a new version of "[[The Earliest Annals of Valinor]]".
 
#''[[The Later Annals of Valinor]]'', a new version of "[[The Earliest Annals of Valinor]]".
 
#''[[The Later Annals of Beleriand]]'', a new version of "[[The Earliest Annals of Beleriand]]", which had two versions.
 
#''[[The Later Annals of Beleriand]]'', a new version of "[[The Earliest Annals of Beleriand]]", which had two versions.

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