- I went to check here, http://village.vossnet.co.uk/h/hpttrsn/jrrt_int.htm,
seeming to remember that the radio interviewer says Tolkien's name while in
his presence, but it was spoken at a different time than the actual
interview, so this contains no definitive answer. But we can hear how the
professor pronounces "dénouement".
Humm, TOLK-in, yes, Joan, his son would likely know how to say his own family
name! I shall now endeavor to remember to pronounce it that way too.
- Was watching the DVD "extras" last night, and Rayner Unwin pronounced it more
What's a person to do,
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