Why we can thank C.S. Lewis for “The Hobbit”
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According to some accounts, it was the Inklings, and C.S. Lewis in particular who listened to Tolkien’s fairy tales, sometimes with a bit of discomfort as the stories rambled badly and were highly complex with exotic characters speaking their own languages. The story has been told that Lewis was taken with Tolkien’s hobbits – and quietly suggested that his friend build a book around them.
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