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Journal - Lord of Rings / The Hobbit - Tolkien Raft-elves
'Bilbo comes to the Huts of the Raft-elves' is an illustration made for The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien in 1937. In it you can see Bilbo sitting on top of a barrel as it floats down the forest river. He and the Dwarves (who are hidden inside the barrels) have just escaped from the Elvenking. This was Tolkien's favourite watercolour for the book and he was disappointed to find that it had been omitted from the first American edition.
- An excellent gift for graduates, dreamers, new parents, and anyone embarking on a new adventure
- A must for all Tolkien enthusiasts.
- Designed to be easily portable or to fit in a small bag, this stunning journal uniquely features Tolkien's exquisite illustration on both front and back covers.
- Ruled pages with a handy ribbon marker
- Published by the Bodleian Library
- Blank book 160 pages
- 147 x 213 x 19 (mm)
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