The History of Middle-Earth Series by J.R.R. Tolkien
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The History of Middle-earth
The History of Middle-earth is a volume series of books published between and that collect and analyse material relating to the fiction of J. Tolkien , compiled and edited by his son, Christopher Tolkien. The series shows the development over time of Tolkien's conception of Middle-earth as a fictional place with its own peoples, languages , and history, from his earliest notions of a "mythology for England" through to the development of the stories that make up The Silmarillion and The Lord of the Rings. It is not a "history of Middle-earth" in the sense of being a chronicle of events in Middle-earth written from an in-universe perspective; it is instead an out-of-universe history of Tolkien's creative process. In —01, the twelve volumes were republished in three limited edition omnibus volumes. Non-deluxe editions of the three volumes were published in
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The History of Middle-earth (abbreviated sometimes as HoME or THOME) is a 13 -volume series of books that collects and analyses material relating to.
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We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. The Lost Road and Other Writings. The glorious history of how Middle-earth would change—and become the world readers recognize in The Lord of the Rings As friends and fellow members of the literary circle known as The Inklings, J. Tolkien and C. Lewis embarked on a challenge. In this intriguing volume, Christopher Tolkien traces the vivid history of Middle-earth, bringing the land—its topography and ever-clashing forces—to the state readers recognize from The Lord of the Rings.