The Peoples of Middle-Earth
Part of the series The History of Middle Earth
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Peoples of Middle-earth (1996) is the 12th and final volume of The History of Middle-earth, edited by Christopher Tolkien from the unpublished manuscripts of his father J. R. R. Tolkien. Some characters (including Anairė, the wife of Fingolfin) only appear here. So too do a few other works that did not fit anywhere else. Each volume of The History of Middle-earth bears on the title pages an inscription by Christopher Tolkien in Fėanorian letters (in Tengwar, an alphabet Tolkien devised for the High-Elves), that describes the contents of the book. The inscription in Book XII reads: This is the last volume of the work of Christopher Tolkien in which he has collected a great part of all that his father John Ronald Reuel Tolkien wrote of Middle Earth and Valinor. In this book is traced the devising of the history of the later ages in the Northwest of Middle-earth after the Great Battle and the Fall of Morgoth.
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