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Qenya Lexicon reprint

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  • cgilson75
    I am pleased to announce that copies of _Parma Eldalamberon_ no. 12 are once again available for purchase. This issue contains the Qenyaqetsa by J.R.R.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 13, 2003
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      I am pleased to announce that copies of _Parma Eldalamberon_ no. 12
      are once again available for purchase.

      This issue contains the "Qenyaqetsa" by J.R.R. Tolkien, consisting of
      a brief sketch of the internal history of Qenya as envisioned at the
      time of his composition of the Lost Tales; "The Sounds of Qenya", a
      very detailed (though unfinished) historical phonology of the
      language; and the "Qenya Dictionary" -- more commonly known as the
      Qenya Lexicon -- the only comprehensive and systematic treatment of
      the vocabulary of this favorite of his Elvish languages that Tolkien
      ever completed.

      The "Qenyaqetsa" is edited, with introductory comments and
      annotations, by Christopher Gilson, Carl F. Hostetter, Patrick Wynne,
      and Arden R. Smith. The annotations incorporate material from "The
      Poetic and Mythologic Words of Eldarissa"; and a table of the layout
      of roots in the manuscript is included.

      _Parma Eldalamberon_ no. 12 is a 138-page, 'perfect' bound journal,
      with cover illustrations by Adam Christensen. Copies of this second
      printing are available at a cost of $25.00 per copy. This includes
      delivery anywhere in the world -- 'priority' mail in the U.S. or
      air-mail elsewhere. Payment can be made electronically, using PayPal,
      at the following link:

      <http://www.eldalamberon.com/parma12.html>

      Or payment can be made by check or money order, in U.S. funds only,
      sent to:

      Christopher Gilson
      10646-A Rosewood Road
      Cupertino, CA 95014
      U.S.A.

      Elyo anwale,
      Chris
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