one page, 4to, the word 'Miss' in superscription erased by recipient and replaced with 'Master' (areas of staining, worn at folds)." /> TOLKIEN, John Ronald Reuel (1892-1973). Typed letter signed ('J.R.R. Tolkien') with autograph postscript to 'Miss Clements', 76 Sandfield Road, Headington, 17 January 1964, thanking the recipient for an appreciation of <I>The Hobbit</I> and suggesting 'the other books I have written which you might enjoy', '<I>Farmer Giles of Ham</I> and <I>The Lord of the Rings</I>, explaining that 'this is really three books', and adding in the autograph postscript 'This may sound a bit "stiff", but you did not tell me your name; but it was a very good letter', <I>one page, 4to</I>, the word 'Miss' in superscription erased by recipient and replaced with 'Master' (areas of staining, worn at folds). | Christie's