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Hail Earendel brightest of angels, over Middle Earth sent to men. This inspired some of his very early and incohate attempts at realising a world of ancient beauty in his versifying. In the summer of he took a job as tutor and escort to two Mexican boys in Dinard, France, a job which ended in tragedy.
Meanwhile the relationship with Edith was going more smoothly. She converted to Catholicism and moved to Warwick, which with its spectacular castle and beautiful surrounding countryside made a great impression on Ronald. However, as the pair were becoming ever closer, the nations were striving ever more furiously together, and war eventually broke out in August War, Lost Tales and Academia Unlike so many of his contemporaries, Tolkien did not rush to join up immediately on the outbreak of war, but returned to Oxford, where he worked hard and finally achieved a first-class degree in June At this time he was also working on various poetic attempts, and on his invented languages, especially one that he came to call Qenya [sic], which was heavily influenced by Finnish—but he still felt the lack of a connecting thread to bring his vivid but disparate imaginings together.
Tolkien finally enlisted as a second lieutenant in the Lancashire Fusiliers whilst working on ideas of Earendel [sic] the Mariner, who became a star, and his journeyings.
For many months Tolkien was kept in boring suspense in England, mainly in Staffordshire. Finally it appeared that he must soon embark for France, and he and Edith married in Warwick on 22 March Eventually he was indeed sent to active duty on the Western Front, just in time for the Somme offensive.
This ordering of his imagination developed into the Book of Lost Tales not published in his lifetimein which most of the major stories of the Silmarillion appear in their first form: Deep Elves, the later Noldorwith their languages Qenya and Goldogrin.
Throughout and his illness kept recurring, although periods of remission enabled him to do home service at various camps sufficiently well to be promoted to lieutenant.
It was when he was stationed in the Hull area that he and Edith went walking in the woods at nearby Roos, and there in a grove thick with hemlock Edith danced for him.
However, Tolkien did not stay in this job for long.
In the summer of he applied for the quite senior post of Reader approximately, Associate Professor in English Language at the University of Leeds, and to his surprise was appointed.
At Leeds as well as teaching he collaborated with E. It was for this club that he and Gordon originally wrote their Songs for the Philologists, a mixture of traditional songs and original verses translated into Old English, Old Norse and Gothic to fit traditional English tunes.
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