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Automatyczne logowanie. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings is often erroneously called a trilogy, when it is in fact a single novel, consisting of six books plus appendices, sometimes published in three volumes. In the production of this first volume, Tolkien experienced what became for him a continual problem: These 'corrections' include the altering of dwarves to dwarfs, elvish to elfish, further to farther, nasturtians to nasturtiums, try and say to try to say and 'worst of all' to Tolkien elven to elfin. In a work such as The Lord of the Rings, containing invented languages and delicately constructed nomenclatures, errors and inconsistencies impede both the understanding and the appreciation of serious readers - and Tolkien had many such readers from very early on. Even before the publication of the third volume, which contained much hitherto unrevealed information on the invented languages and writing systems, Tolkien received many letters from readers written in these systems, in addition to numerous enquiries on the finer points of their usage.
For Tolkien had abandoned work on it after indexing volumes one and two, believing its size and therefore its cost to be ruinous. With the appearance of the third volume, The Lord of the Rings was published in its entirety, and its first edition text remained virtually unchanged for a decade.
Tolkien had made a few small corrections, but further errors entered The Fellowship of the Ring in its December second impression when the printer, having distributed the type after the first printing, reset the book without informing the author or publisher. These include misrepresentations of the original printed text - that is, words and phrases that read acceptably in context, but which depart from Tolkien's wording as originally written and published.
In , stemming from what then appeared to be copyright problems in the United States, an American paperback firm published an unauthorized and non-royalty-paying edition of The Lord of the Rings. For this new edition by Ace Books the text of the narrative was reset, thus introducing new typographical errors; the appendices, however, were reproduced photographically from the hardcover edition, and remain consistent with it.
Tolkien set to work on his first revision of the text so that a newly revised and authorized edition could successfully compete on the American market. This first revision of the text was published in America in paperback by Ballantine Books, under licence from Houghton Mifflin, in October In addition to revisions within the text itself, Tolkien replaced his original foreword with a new one.
He was pleased to remove the original foreword; in his check copy, he wrote of it: 'confusing as it does real personal matters with the "machinery" of the Tale, is a serious mistake'.
Tolkien also added an extension to the prologue and an index - not the detailed index of names promised in the first edition, but, rather, a bald index with only names and page references. Additionally, at this time the appendices were greatly revised.
Soon after this he sent a small number of further revisions to Ballantine for the appendices, including the now well-known addition of 'Estella Bolger'as wife of Meriadoc in the family trees in Appendix C. Most of these revisions, which entered variously in the third and fourth impressions June and August of volume three, and which were not always inserted correctly thereby causing further confusion in the text , somehow never made it into the main sequence of revision in the three-volume British hardcover edition, and for long remained anomalies.
Tolkien once wrote, concerning the revising of The Lord of the Rings, that perhaps he had failed to keep his notes in order; this errant branch of revision seems likely to be an example of that disorder - either in his notes or in the ability of his publishers to follow them with utmost accuracy.
But again there were problems. Although the revisions Tolkien sent to America of the text itself were available to be utilized in the new British edition, his extensive revisions to the appendices were lost after being entered into the Ballantine edition. This did not include Tolkien's second, small set of revisions sent to Ballantine; but, more significantly, it did include a great number of errors and omissions, many of which were not discovered until long afterwards.
Meanwhile, Tolkien spent much of the summer of further revising the text. So much time has been wasted in all my work by this constant breaking of threads. The revisions themselves mostly include corrections of nomenclature and attempts at consistency of usage throughout the three volumes.
Some small alterations were made by Tolkien in the one-volume India paper edition. Tolkien died in Most of these corrections were typographical, and in line with his father's expressed intent in his own check copies. However, every time the text has been reset for publication in a new format e. Still, throughout these years the three-volume British hardcover edition has retained the highest textual integrity.
In the United States, the text of the Ballantine paperback has remained unchanged for more than three decades after Tolkien added his few revisions in The text in all of the Houghton Mifflin editions remained unchanged from until , when Houghton Mifflin photo-offset the then current three-volume British hardcover edition in order to update the text used in their editions. In those new reprintings a number of further corrections overseen by Christopher Tolkien were added, and the errant Ballantine branch of revision including the 'Estella Bolger' addition was integrated into the main branch of textual descent.
This method of correction involved a cut-and-paste process with printed versions of the text. This 'Note' has been reworked three times since then - the version dated April first appeared in , and the version dated April came out later that year.
The present 'Note' replaces and supersedes all previous versions. For the British edition published by HarperCollins, the text of The Lord of the Rings was entered into word-processing files.
This next stage of textual evolution came about to allow for a greater uniformity of the text in all future editions, but with it, inevitably, came new wrinkles.
Some new misreadings entered into the text, while at the same time others were fixed. In the worst instance, one line of the ring inscription in the chapter 'The Shadow of the Past' of The Fellowship of the Ring was simply dropped.
Unforeseeable glitches arose in other editions when the base computerized text was transferred into page-making or typesetting programs - e. Such glitches have been very much the exception, not the rule, and the text has otherwise maintained a consistency and integrity throughout its computerized evolution.
The edition also contained a number of new corrections again supervised by Christopher Tolkien , as well as a reconfigured index of names and page references. The text was first used in American editions published by Houghton Mifflin in A small number of further corrections were added into the three-volume edition illustrated by Alan Lee, published by HarperCollins in Great Britain and Houghton Mifflin in the United States.
The textual history of The Lord of the Rings, merely in its published form, is a vast and complex web.
In this brief note I have given only a glimpse of the overall sequence and structure. Further details on the revisions and corrections made over the years to the published text of The Lord of the Rings, and a fuller account of its publishing history, may be found in J. A Descriptive Bibliography, by Wayne G.
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