Letter 351 is the three-hundred and fifty-first letter written by J.R.R. Tolkien and published in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.


Tolkien was extremely happy to get notification from his child, Christopher of the fact that he had speculated that something untoward might had happened in France. He could profoundly sympathize with the frightfulness of his landing for he had comparable sufferings, particularly somewhere around 1917 and 1925. Christopher had left about the same time as Prisca went to Crete, however her excursion had been the best she had ever constructed. Tolkien felt the pull of yearning to see puts however expected that he should now live on voyagers' stories.

He had been under unending weight: social, abstract, proficient, and money related. He had a Bournemouth excursion from May 16 through 22 and had seen great companions, the Tolhursts. He specified a few companions who had passed on, including Warren Lewis, Tom Dunning, R.B. McCallum, and Rosfrith Murray.

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