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  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 22 The Feanorian Alphabet, Part 1 and Quenya Verb Structure By J. R. R. Tolkien Edited by Christopher Gilson and Arden R. Smith http://www.eldalamberon.com/parma22.html In this issue of _Parma Eldalamberon_ we present several pieces concerning Tolkien's invented languages and scripts. "The Feanorian Alphabet, Part 1" is the earliest and longest version of the...
    cgilson75@... May 17, 2015
  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 21 Qenya Noun Structure: Declension of Nouns Primitive Quendian: Final Consonants Common Eldarin: Noun Structure By J. R. R. TOLKIEN Edited by Christopher Gilson, Patrick H. Wynne and Arden R. Smith In this issue of _Parma Eldalamberon_ we present several linguistic pieces from the period between 1930 and 1950 that treat the grammar of the Qenya noun and its...
    cgilson75 Aug 20, 2013
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  • --- In lambengolmor@^$1, "David Giraudeau" wrote: > here are some possible errors in PE17 : > > PE17:5 > both published and in the >> both published in the No, the allusion is to examples that were published at that time and also to examples written at that time in the "Silmarillion" materials but not yet published then. > [...] > > PE17:25 > a Qenya word [could it be "Quenya...
    cgilson75 Aug 20, 2011
  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 12 _Qenyaqetsa_ "The Sounds of Qenya" and "Qenya Dictionary" By J. R. R. TOLKIEN This issue contains Tolkien's brief sketch of the internal history of Qenya contemporary with the Lost Tales; a very detailed (though unfinished) historical phonology of the language; and the "Qenya Dictionary" -- more commonly known as the Qenya Lexicon -- Tolkien's earliest and...
    cgilson75 Jun 16, 2011
  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 19 Quenya Phonology: Comparative Tables Outline of Phonetic Development Outline of Phonology By J. R. R. TOLKIEN http://www.eldalamberon.com/parma19.html This issue of _Parma Eldalamberon_ to which we have given the title "Quenya Phonology" presents three linguistic texts dealing with the internal history of the sounds of Quenya in relation to the cognate Elvish...
    cgilson75 Oct 28, 2010
  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 14 Early Qenya Fragments, Early Qenya Grammar and The Valmaric Script By J. R. R. TOLKIEN A new issue of _Parma Eldalamberon_ was published a couple of months ago and the response, it is a pleasure to acknowledge, has been more extensive and rapid than anticipated. We are thankful to the members of Lambengolmor and other Elvish students and Tolkien enthusiasts...
    cgilson75 Jan 22, 2010
  • PARMA ELDALAMBERON 18 Tengwesta Qenderinwa and Pre-Fëanorian Alphabets, Part 2 By J. R. R. TOLKIEN http://www.eldalamberon.com/parma18.html _Parma Eldalamberon_ 'The Book of Elven-tongues' is a journal of the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship, a special interest group of the Mythopoeic Society. The current issue presents previously unpublished writings by J. R. R. Tolkien concerning...
    cgilson75 Nov 12, 2009
  • I took another look at the photocopy of the manuscript, and the arrangement of the text does suggest that the "This" in the third sentence of the passage Thorsten quoted refers back to the first sentence. Of course these are somewhat rough phrases and not entirely grammatical as sentences, but I think the meaning of the third one is that _kárienwa_ is a rare past passive...
    cgilson75 Aug 12, 2008
  • --- In lambengolmor@^$1, Fredrik wrote: > On page 112 in PE17 there are two texts on Idril. The editor notes for > the first one that "This note is on a page in NN ["Notes on Names"] with > notes on _Fingon_ and _Turgon_ (see below) and _Felagund_". For the > second text, it is said that "This is on a page in NN with notes on > _Turgon_ and _Fingon_(see below)". > > The notes on...
    cgilson75 Jan 6, 2008