Letter 68 is the sixty-eighth letter written by J.R.R. Tolkien and published in The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien.


Tolkien spent a morning composition and was inside of sight of Minas Morgul (In the original letter, the word "Minas Morghul" is used). He had not gotten new duplicates wrote to send to Christopher in light of the fact that he was pushing on and couldn't hold up to make reasonable duplicates. He made up a sentence between Faramir to Frodo: "When you come back to the grounds of the living, and we re-tell our stories, sitting by a divider in the sun, giggling at old anguish, you should let me know then."

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