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Nigel Cawthorne - Arts & music Books

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1. A Brief Guide to J.R.R. Tolkien The Unauthorized Guide to the Author of the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings (Large Print 16pt) - Nigel Cawthorne

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 This title offers a very readable overview of Tolkien and his work, incorporating a brief biography, an examination of the books and a look at the process of filming his work, including ''''The Hobbit'''' and ''''The Lord of the Rings saga''''. It explores how Tolkien's background as a medievalist and linguist informed the languages of Middle - earth, the influence of his Catholicism and Tolkien's legacy in fantasy. This is a timely book to coincide with the first of Peter Jackson's two keenly awaited Hobbit films.

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2. MH370: The Secret Files: At Last... The Truth Behind the Greatest Avaiation Mystery of All time - Nigel Cawthorne

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On 8 March 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport bound for Beijing. Less than an hour after take - off, somewhere over the South China Sea the plane simply vanished. One eyewitness saw a burning object crash into the sea. But confusing radar signals trace tracked an aircraft taking an erratic course across the Malaysian peninsula, then on to the Andaman Sea.

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3. A Brief Guide to Jeeves and Wooster (Large Print 16pt) - Nigel Cawthorne

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This title is a comprehensive guide to P. G. Wodehouse's two best - loved comic characters, Bertram Wilbeforce Wooster and his valet ('Reggie') Jeeves, Bertie's friends and relatives and their world of sunshine, country houses and champagne. Although the stories may seem quintessentially English, they were for the most part written in the United States by a man who spent more than half his adult life there, eventually becoming a citizen in 1955. The first stories involving the two characters are even set in New York, while those that aren't are set in an England that has never existed, contrived to appeal to an American audience. Cawthorne offers fascinating insights into Wodehouse's world, his life - on Long Island and elsewhere - the wonderful short stories and novels and the many adaptations for stage and screen.

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