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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
(1892–1973)
South African-born, British-based fantasy author, best known for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien

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PoetryEdit

  • The Battle of the Eastern Field 1911
  • From the many-willow'd margin of the immemorial Thames 1913
  • The Voyage of Eärendel the Evening Star 1914
  • The Bidding of the Minstrel 1914
  • Goblin Feet 1915
  • You and Me / and the Cottage of Lost Play 1915
  • Kôr 1915, published as The City of the Gods in 1923
  • Kortirion among the Trees 1915 (revised in 1937 and in the 1960s, The Trees of Kortirion)
  • Over Old Hills and Far Away 1915
  • A Song of Aryador 1915
  • The Shores of Elfland 1915
  • Habbanan beneath the Stars 1916
  • The Sorrowful City 1916
  • The Song of Eriol 1917
  • The Horns of Ulmo 1917
  • The Happy Mariners, published in 1920, composed in 1915
  • The Children of Húrin (begun in 1920 or earlier, continued to 1925)
  • The Clerke's Compleinte 1922
  • Iúmonna Gold Galdre Bewunden 1923
  • The Eadigan Saelidan 1923
  • Why the Man in the Moon Came Down Too Soon 1923
  • Enigmata Saxonic - a Nuper Inventa Duo 1923
  • The Cat and the Fiddle: A Nursery-Rhyme Undone and its Scandalous Secret Unlocked 1923
  • An Evening in Tavrobel 1924
  • The Lonely Isle 1924
  • The Princess Ni 1924
  • Light as Leaf on Lindentree 1925
  • The Flight of the Noldoli from Valinor 1925
  • The Lay of Leithian 1925–1931
  • The Lay of Eärendel 1920s
  • The Nameless Land 1926
  • Adventures in Unnatural History and Medieval Metres, being the Freaks of Fisiologus 1927:
  • Bagme Bloma
  • Éadig Béo þu!
  • Frenchmen Froth
  • From One to Five
  • I Sat upon a Bench
  • Ides Ælfscýne
  • La Húru
  • Lit and Lang
  • Natura Apis: Morali Ricardi Eremite
  • Ofer Wídne Gársecg
  • The Root of the Boot
  • Ruddoc Hana
  • Syx Mynet
  • The Dragon's Visit 1937
  • Knocking at the Door: Lines induced by sensations when waiting for an answer at the door of an Exalted Academic Person 1937
  • The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun, published in Welsh Review, December 1945
  • Imram (The Death of St. Brendan) 1946 (published in Time and Tide, December 1955
  • Elvish translations of Catholic prayers (ed. Wynne, Smith, Hostetter in Vinyar Tengwar 43, 44, 2002), composed in the 1950s:

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Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1973, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 30 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.